Oculus has announced that Resident Evil 4 VR will be coming to the Quest 2 on October 21st. This is a completely reimagined version of the classic game and brings a brand-new way to experience this amazing horror title.
It supports full-motion and teleportation travel moments, as well as changes how players interact with items. Players can directly grab items from their own body, like a gun on their belt, a health pack on the shoulder, or the knife from the chest holster. Players are even required to reload their weapons by pulling out ammo from a pouch a loading it.
Puzzles and typewriters (save spots) have been recreated so players can interact with those in the VR space as well. The inventory system also allows players to move all of their items around physically. Cutscenes are presented on a theater screen instead of first-person VR. Climbing ladders or jumping through windows–as well as similar actions–will be in third-person.
A remake of Resident Evil 4 is rumored to be in the works right now, which would be an amazing addition to the new consoles, as well as fans of Resident Evil.