Resident Evil 4 VR port has dual-wielding and can launch this yr
Following final week’s temporary reveal, Capcom has shed some new gentle on its forthcoming Resident Evil 4 VR port which, as we suspected, is an Oculus Quest 2 unique. The port appeared at right now’s Oculus Video games Showcase, and whereas the gameplay footage itself quantities to a stingy 30 seconds, some attention-grabbing particulars accompanied it.
The obvious change is that the third-person horror now performs in first-person, however together with the attitude shift comes some mandatory VR enhancements: your weapon stock is now strapped to Leon’s physique so, utilizing the Contact controllers, you’ll have to unholster and re-holster weapons similar to you’d in actual life. You’ll be able to twin wield separate weapons too, which might be the most important departure this port options in comparison with the unique.
Traversal choices are pretty exhaustive: you’ll be able to nonetheless transfer utilizing a Contact controller’s analog stick, however the port additionally options teleportation motion and assist for room-scale motion. Additionally, 4,500 textures have been “repainted or had their decision elevated,” whereas character animations and cutscenes are all true to the unique.
The Oculus Gaming Showcase additionally revealed a imprecise launch window: Resident Evil 4 VR will launch “later this yr.”