Resident Evil 4 for PS4 and Xbox One will release August 30

In late February, Capcom announced that it would be releasing Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 this year for the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. All has been quiet since, up until today. The current-gen launch date for Resident Evil 4 has been announced: August 30. When that day roles around, fans will be able to get the title for their newest Xbox or PS4, though it won't be remastered for the latest hardware. It will, however, include all of the game's bonus content.

Capcom recently announced that it will be releasing Resident Evil 7, which will give fans what they want with a return to the franchise's roots. Many anticipated the game for multiple reasons, not the least of which was vague references in a financial report earlier this year and, of course, these current-gen console ports. The game will launch January 24, 2017.

As far as Resident Evil 4 goes, the game will cost $20 in the US and 20 Euros in Europe. Capcom previously announced that it would cost 16 GBP in the UK, but it is unclear whether that price may increase now that Brexit has happened. The game should be available on physical disc for those in North America, and as a digital download everywhere else.

If you can't wait to get your hands on the new game and aren't interested in buying this new re-release, you can download a playable trailer for Resident Evil 7 from the PlayStation Store. The teaser is unique from the upcoming game itself, designed to show gamers what they can expect without spoiling the actual title.

SOURCE: Game Rant