Capcom Releases the Next Five Resident Evil 2 Preview Clips
The latest round of short videos focuses on Ada, zombie dogs, and more!
By Chris Morse
Capcom couldn't let it's other upcoming release, Devil May Cry 5, have all the fun this weekend, it seems. Although Resident Evil 2 did not have a presence at The Game Awards, it hasn't been without a significant amount of attention recently and that trend continued with the release of another five short preview clips to promote various aspects of the game.
The new clips, which you can watch below, hone in on Ada, the typewriters used to save your game, securing the police station by boarding up broken windows, the Cerberus enemy (zombie dogs!), and finally Kendo's Gun Shop. Check them out!
Five More Short Clips of Resident Evil 2 Surface
Capcom has released another batch of short previews for the upcoming remake.
In case you missed it, you can find a recap of the game's bonus content below, including a look at the deluxe edition, which features additional costumes, reversible slipcover artwork, a special weapon, and even a throwback to the original game’s soundtrack. All pre-orders will also include the classic Jill and Chris models of the Samurai Edge handgun.
The most interesting bonus costume for the deluxe edition, in our opinion, is Claire’s "Elza Walker" outfit. Long-time fans of the series may remember this name and look from the unreleased beta version of Resident Evil 2, dubbed Resident Evil 1.5 by fans. Back then, the game was far along in development before the concept was scrapped and Capcom settled on the classic game we all know and love, which is, of course, the one now being remade.
Claire also has a military outfit while she and Leon both have a special "Noir" costume. The latter very much gives us a vibe for The Evil Within. Leon's other bonus costume, the "Arklay Sheriff" outfit, pays homage to The Walking Dead and gives our rookie police officer the more polished look of Rick Grimes.
Also included in the deluxe edition is Albert Wesker's Samurai Edge, which seems to always make an appearance in newer Resident Evil games, a reversible slipcover featuring Leon on one side and Claire on the other, and finally, a retro soundtrack swap that allows you play through this remake while listening to the classic ambience of the original game