Earlier in July, Capcom had announced that the Resident Evil Revelations would be released on August 31 for on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But now the company confirmed the August 29 as new release date as well as also confirmed a version for Nintendo Switch.
From August 29, Sony and Microsoft consoles will face the remaster of the popular survival horror, originally released on 3DS and later on old-fashioned systems, while Nintendo Switch owners will have to wait.
For Switch consoles, Resident Evil Revelations will approve by the end of 2017 along with a special edition that will be called Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
PlayStation 4 and Xbox One user will be able to play the well-known title at the end of August that will guarantee a 1080p resolution with detailed settings, new animations, and a sharply improved frame rate compared to the one offered in past versions. While all of the DLC released for the original game will also be included as unlockable rewards and will feature “The Ghost Ship: Chaos” mode, which is characterized by a higher level of challenges and more powerful weapons.