We recently learned of an upcoming Capcom showcase. It is scheduled for June 13th, so it is only a few days away. What could be shown if no new announcements are going to be made. The Resident Evil upgraded trilogy, Resident Evil 4 Remake, and Street Fighter 6 are all known. In addition to VR support for Resident Evil 4 and Village.
Now, thanks to information allegedly discovered by searching PSN’s data. The Resident Evil upgraded trilogy’s PlayStation 5 versions have been spotted. The upgraded version of the third game has already been discovered. This, however, is not available for download. We also know that the upgrades are going to be free for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S owners.
The Update For The Resident Evil Upgraded Trilogy
PlayStation Game Size took to Twitter and posted some of the upgrade file sizes. We now have information on Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 upgrades. However, no information was found for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
The pre-update sizes are
- Resident Evil 2 – 21.834 GB
- Resident Evil 3 – 20.480 GB
So there are three upgraded titles on the PSN backend that appear just before the Capcom showcase. We also have two-thirds of the file size information. As a result, it appears that they will be included in the showcase. The most logical reason for including it would be to demonstrate the changes and provide a release date. As a result, it’s not impossible that they’ll go live soon, perhaps even next week. At the very least, the answers will be available soon, with Capcom’s showcase taking place next Monday. So, how do you feel about the trilogy upgrade sizes? Will this entice you to revisit the trilogy when the upgrades become available? We’d love to hear what you think about this.