Resident Evil 5 Coming To Ps4 & Xbox One June 28

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Capcom announced today that Resident Evil 5 will launch on PS4 and Xbox One on June 28th. The game will be presented in 1080p and will also feature an improved frame rate. The remaster will include previously released DLC including Prequel episode ‘Lost in Nightmares’ and the extra chapter ‘Desperate Escape’.

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A new version of the popular mini game will be included. “The Mercenaries United” mode will be playable from the start with all the characters available immediately. It will feature many of the different modes, stages and characters from the various versions of the The Mercenaries we have seen over the years.

Capcom have also released some screenshots from the upcoming release:

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