Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Capcom Resident Evil: Origins To Receive A Collector’s Edition

Amazon Inc. is said to have ruled out a possibility for Capcom’s Resident Evil: Origins to receive a collector’s edition pack in the western region. The online retailer had recently put up a page for the ‘Standard Edition’ version suggesting that a premium edition of the game might be heading out soon.

For those who are unaware, Amazon had previously suggested that another of Capcom’s well renowned titles, Street Fighter V would be receiving a collector’s edition as well before Capcom would make the announcement official. Although Amazon introduced a Standard Edition of the game on their store, but did rule out a possibility for a collector’s edition of the game to exist. So, there could be a possibility for Resident Evil: Origins Collection to receive a collector’s edition as well.

If you’re interested to get the upcoming well renowned survival horror video game, the listings for the game are posted below:
  • Resident Evil: Origins Collection (PlayStation 4 Standard Edition)
  • Resident Evil: Origins Collection (Xbox One Standard Edition)

The upcoming Resident Evil: Origins Collection video game will be a re-mastered version of the original Resident Evil and the new Resident Evil 0. Both games will be rendered in 1080 pixel resolution at 60 Frames Per Second (FPS) and will have wide-screen support.

In the upcoming Resident Evil 0, you will be able to play as Mr. Albert Wesker, the original protagonist who appeared in the 1996 Resident Evil video game. Gaming enthusiasts and fans of the franchise are anxiously waiting for the upcoming Resident Evil video game as it was notably one of the finest games released during the original PlayStation days.

So if you’ve played the game previously, get ready to get a strong dosage of nostalgic moments and if you haven’t, then you’re missing out on a lot as this game paved the way for other survival horror video games to enter the industry.

Resident Evil: Origins Collection will be released for Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One on January 19, 2016 for the North American region. There is a possibility for the dates to change so stay tuned for any further updates.
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