Remastered Resident Evil 4 on Xbox One remasters aiming
The all-time classic Resident Evil 4 is now available on the Xbox One. This survival horror third-person shooter is a remastered version of the game for Microsoft’s console sporting full 1080p HD gameplay. The re-release gives you the opportunity to relive Resident Evil 4, now on the Xbox One with HD graphics.
Six years after the destruction of Raccoon City, Leon Kennedy, a US Secret Service agent, is sent on a rescue mission in Europe. However, his mission won’t be an easy one.
If you’re curious to see what Resident Evil 4 looks like on the Xbox One, check out the gameplay images below:
Resident Evil 4 also brings a series of changes to the game mechanics. Aiming has been moved to the right stick, something that is actually disappointing some users. Normally, gamers stand still and aim with the left stick and many Resident Evil fans think that this change made sense only when using sniper rifles.
Yeah, why would they move the aiming to the right stick? The only place I felt like it made sense was when you were using sniper rifles. I’m sure I’ll get used to it, but I felt like the original control scheme was incredible
The original controls are still available and you can change them from the controller setup. For most users, aiming with the left stick is easier.
You can purchase Resident Evil 4 for the Xbox One from the Xbox Store for $19.99. The disc version of the game is out of stock for the time being, but you can buy the digital version instead.
Have you played Resident Evil 4 on your Xbox One? Tell us more about your experience in the comment section below.
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