The remastering of ‘Resident Evil 2’ confirms the campaigns separate for its protagonists

The producer of Resident Evil 2 Remake, Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, has confirmed that the game will feature two campaigns separate for Leon and Claire, unlike what happened in the original game. Hirabayashi explained that the “System Zaps seen in Resident Evil 2 required too much work … it was something new, but today would involve excessive recoil, and would make the game boring. We opted for two separate stories in order to live in the role of Claire or Leon. Although the two frames are not connected, the two characters will sporadically”.

In this way, the stories of Leon and Claire, two characters that have become key within Resident Evil, will also be counted again. Leon S. Kennedy is a rookie cop who gets caught in the madness of Raccoon, while Claire Redfield is a college student who defies the danger of the city looking for her brother, Chris. Both characters will be able to play his story, each with a unique perspective of the events of the game as their paths are interwoven to tell the complete story of Resident Evil 2, including well-known faces, elements of the history and modes extra to the original release of 1998.

Resident Evil 2 is the second title of the saga Resident Evil, a video game genre survival horror developed by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998. He subsequently took up compatible, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast and GameCube. The work takes as its starting point the events of the first game to move two months after the fall of Raccoon City under the dangerous Virus-T. Recall that the new version of Resident Evil 2 will be launched on the 25th of January 2019 for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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