The release of Resident Evil 2 Remake at the beginning of next year could be the most eagerly awaited moment for those of you who are eager to witness Leon S. Kennedy’s initial experience and survive the terror of the zombies. There have been so many examples of trailers, to the additional details that Capcom has provided to increase your interest in this game.
However, apparently there is one more interesting surprise that Capcom didn’t have time to tell us all. Preceded directly by the ESRB rating body, Resident Evil 2 Remake will get a feature that has long been known as a bitter reality for the development of the game industry in this modern age.
Apart from being very clear that Resident Evil 2 Remake will display a variety of scenes of violence both gore and sadistic with an M rating (17 years and above), this game also seems to offer an in-game purchases service or what we usually know as Microtransaction, although only explained for the PS4 and Xbox One platforms only.
However, do not feel shocked or sweaty first when you see that the features are quite synergized by the majority of these gamers. Because unfortunately we still have to wait for Capcom’s explanation on this matter. What is clear, Capcom itself has confirmed that classic costumes from Leon and Claire can you unlock directly by playing it. Then added with additional bonus missions from Hunk and Tofu which are also certain to not be DLC content.
So, what kind of Microtransaction does Capcom want to dredge from the pocket of our wallet? Is it just a cosmetic item that is purely optional, or is there an online feature surprise that they want to offer us? Whatever happens, Resident Evil 2 Remake is planned to be ready for the upcoming January 25, 2019 for the PS4 platform, Xbox One, and PC.