Original Resident Evil Returns to PC via GOG, Resident Evil 2 and 3 to Follow

Original Resident Evil Returns to PC via GOG, Resident Evil 2 and 3 to Follow

GOG.com has announced the re-release of the original Resident Evil trilogy for PC, starting with the 1996 Resident Evil, now available for purchase at £9/10. This re-release features several improvements, including support for modern controllers, enhanced cutscene timing, and updated rendering options. Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis are set to follow later. The trilogy is offered DRM-free, ensuring compatibility with modern systems.

The original game is described as "completely uncut," containing more graphic content than the PlayStation version. These releases mark the first time the original trilogy has been officially available on PC since their initial CD-ROM ports in the late 1990s. GOG's effort aims to preserve these classic titles and make them accessible to a new generation of players, with enhancements ensuring they run smoothly on contemporary hardware. The trilogy can be pre-purchased as a bundle, offering a cost-effective way to experience all three games.

Summary

Other news in entertainment