A from-the-ground-up remake of Resident Evil 4 is set to release for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, and PC on March 23. It will follow in the tradition of the RE2 and RE3 remakes, bringing the original graphics, gameplay, and story up to a modern standard. It’s available to preorder now in three different variations, including the Resident Evil 4 collector’s edition. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of what comes in each edition, how much they cost, and more.

Resident Evil 4 – Standard Edition



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Preorder the standard edition, and you’ll receive the game itself, plus the following preorder bonus items:

  • Attaché Case: ‘Gold’
  • Charm: ‘Handgun Ammo’

Resident Evil 4 – Digital Deluxe Edition

The digital-only deluxe edition of Resident Evil 4 includes the game, plus the following DLC extras:

  • Leon & Ashley Costumes: ‘Casual’
  • Leon & Ashley Costumes: ‘Romantic’
  • Leon Costume & Filter: ‘Hero’
  • Leon Costume & Filter: ‘Villain’
  • Leon Accessory: ‘Sunglasses (Sporty)’
  • Deluxe Weapon: ‘Sentinel Nine’
  • Deluxe Weapon: ‘Skull Shaker’
  • ‘Original Ver.’ Soundtrack Swap
  • Treasure Map: Expansion
  • Attaché Case: ‘Gold’
  • Attaché Case: ‘Classic’
  • Charm: ‘Handgun Ammo’
  • Charm: ‘Green Herb’

Resident Evil 4 Collector’s Edition

This GameStop-exclusive edition comes with the game itself, the preorder bonus detailed below, and the following items:

  • Leon Figure
  • Artbook
  • Poster
  • Steelbook case
  • Extra DLC
  • Digital Soundtrack
  • Extra DLC Pack (see image above for details)

Resident Evil 4 Trailer

What Is Resident Evil 4?

The new Resident Evil 4 is a remake of the original, which debuted on GameCube in 2005. Much like the incredibly successful (and incredibly fun) remakes of RE2 and RE3, this one takes the dated core game and updates it in just about every way imaginable.

The result should be fantastic, both because the previous REmakes were excellent (see IGN’s Resident Evil 2 review and Resident Evil 3 review), and because the original RE4 is widely considered one of the best video games of all time.

Because the original still holds up today, it’s not too surprising that, in our Resident Evil 4 remake hands-on preview, we found fewer major gameplay updates and more graphical upgrades. Even so, we noticed numerous changes intended to subvert the expectations of players familiar with the original.

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Chris Reed is a deals expert and commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.

Source: IGN Video Games All

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