Collector’s Edition for Resident Evil 2 Remake revealed

Collector’s Edition for Resident Evil 2 Remake revealed

This past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Capcom revealed exclusive details about the Resident Evil 2 Collector’s Edition. The survival horror game is a complete remastering of the original Resident Evil 2, which first introduced Leon Kennedy.

The Collector’s Edition is available exclusively at GameStop in the USA and EB Games in Canada for $199.99 (239.99 CAD). Capcom also announced that details about a European Collector’s Edition are coming next month.

Here are all the juicy things you get:

  • The Game, inside special packaging
  •  Extra DLC pack card (featuring two costumes for Leon, three costumes for Claire (Samurai Edge – Albert Model weapon)
  •  Ability to swap the soundtrack with the original version
  • 12-inch Leon S. Kennedy (R.P.D. version) figure
  • 32-page Ben’s File art book
  • 25-track digital soundtrack
  • “R.P.D.” Renovation Design Poster

Talk about packing a lot into a great bundle.

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Pre-orders also include the “Samurai Edge – Chris Model” and “Samurai Edge – Jill Model” weapons. Resident Evil 2 arrives on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One January 25, 2019.

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In an interview with GamingBolt News, Capcom Brand Manager Mike Lunn stated that there are no plans to bring Resident Evil 2 to the Nintendo Switch “at this time.” Also of note is the remake’s third-person perspective instead of the original’s fixed-camera angles. This is also similar to the gameplay introduced later inResident Evil 4.

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