The remake of the classic 1998 game by Capcom is now coming this January as Resident Evil 2, or also known as BioHazard RE:2 in Japan, is creeping on the corners of its release date. After years of waiting, Capcom has finally debuted the remake of the classic survival-horror this January 25th in both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

In addition to the remake of this survival-horror game, Capcom wants you guys to enjoy the game. Thatís why Capcom will release the Multi-language options of Resident Evil 2. So, folks, grab the Asia Pacific version of Resident Evil 2 with languages support for subtitles such as English, Chinese and Japanese. Plus, you will get to choose if you want English or Japanese as the voice-over throughout the game.

Last E3 2018, Capcom has announced Resident Evil 2 as the game company revealed the gameplay. We get to see the first look at the high definition graphics of the main protagonist which is the rookie police Leon S. Kennedy in the zombie-infested Raccoon City.



The game set on September 29, 1998 and the beloved Raccoon City is infested by zombies due to the T-virus. This T-virus is a biological weapon secretly developed by Umbrella, a pharmaceutical company. The main protagonist Leon S. Kennedy, a rookie police officer on his first duty and Claire Redfield, a college student looking for brother Chris make their way to the police station. However, as they enter the police station, they discover most of the police officers are killed. Now, these two must set forth on a journey to escape the zombie outbreak in Raccoon City as they also save survivors as well.

Explore in the dark corners of Raccoon City as you battle against the zombies. Solve puzzles to access the area and use items to fight for survival. With the high-definition graphics, we get to see the photorealistic visuals in 4K with the beautiful enhanced lighting up-close. Be terrified with the horrifyingly realistic wet gore of the zombies in your way.

Get ready to step into the rookie shoes of Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield in the Asia Multi-language version of Resident Evil 2 for PS4 and XONE this January 25th. Here at Playasia, this Asia Pacific version is available for pre-order. Click the button below to pre-order yours now!

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