Resident Evil 4 Remake’s Rain gives fans flashbacks to the GTA trilogy

Resident Evil 4 Remake looks great, but there is one thing that puts fans off: the rain. Resident Evil 4 is one of the greatest games of all time and Capcom fought desperately to make sure no one ever forgets that. Since its release in 2005, it has been released on almost every major console that followed its original launch. It’s one of the most accessible games out there and Capcom decided it was time to finally give it the remake treatment after remaking a number of other classic Resident Evil games over the years.

Over the past year, Capcom has begun presenting what Resident Evil 4 Remake will bring to the table and it looks great. Visually it’s stunning, the gameplay looks super engaging and seems like a perfect evolution of the original, and it has a lot of nice details for hardcore fans. However, a recent video from Game Informer has many concerned about one aspect of it Resident Evil 4 Remake. The rain in the game looks pretty bad, even reminiscent of the rain from the recently released GTA Trilogy, which was notorious for launching in bad shape. The rain itself looks too visible and almost looks more like snow on a blacked out screen. It’s thick and there’s a lot of it, so it makes the screen crowded and generally unpleasant to look at. This complaint seems to steal much of the thunder from the game’s otherwise stellar performance, but social media likes to amp things up, too.

Whether this will be fixed (or even be as noticeable in the final release) remains to be seen. Capcom hasn’t addressed the issue yet, but it’s still over a month away from the game’s release. At worst, it could lead to the rain being fixed in a patch after release, but we’ll just have to wait and see.

Resident Evil 4 Remake will be released on March 24, 2023 for Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC. What do you think of the rain in the remake? Let me know in the comments or give me a call Twitter @Cade_Onder. Keep scrolling to read some fan reactions.

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