Resident Evil 4 Remake dispenses with QTEs and makes rescuing Ashley much easier
Capcom has to work some overtime to perfect RE4.
It looks like Capcom’s highly anticipated Resident Evil 4 remake will make a variety of improvements to the original game, including doing away with Quick Time Events and making your rescue mission easier.
Resident Evil 4 promotion is in full swing and the game is in the spotlight game informants latest digital edition. In their respective interviews, the game’s developers had a lot to say about what players can expect. Twitter user Shinobi602 highlighted some of the key takeaways, and it appears that the latest entry in Capcom’s remake series will be a far more faithful adaptation of the original game than the modern iterations of Resident Evil 2 and 3, with some scenes being identical shot for shot.
It seems that Resident Evil 4 will truly be the best of both worlds, offering a faithful recreation of the original game’s story while improving the gameplay to match the excellent quality the series has achieved in recent times. Players can expect to encounter new enemies, all-new side missions and weapons, and the ability to wield multiple knives. The decision to drop QTEs may come as a shock to some, given that the original Resident Evil 4 is credited with being one of the pioneers of the mechanic. It’s not a feature seen all that often, if at all, in modern titles, though, and is largely seen as a thing of the past.
Fans will also be pleased to know that Leon’s core mission of rescuing the President’s daughter, Ashley Graham, will be much easier. In the original game, players could only watch in horror as Ashley was carried away by the Genados, but now you can save her by stabbing the infected villagers in the neck.
Twitch streamer Suzi Hunter participated Twitter To commend the decision, it reads: “In Resident Evil 4 Remake, you can now simply stab a Ganado in the neck while carrying Ashley. This is something so incredibly handy and something I’ve always screamed about not being able to do in the original RE4 when I first played the game in 2005. THANK YOU CAPCOM!”
As we get closer to the release of Resident Evil 4, more information is sure to be revealed in the coming weeks, so be sure to check out our ongoing coverage.
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