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09-06-2014, 11:44 AM
New details revealed in the latest issue of Gamesmaster. Good to see Claire returning Resident Evil 2/Code Veronica were the best in the series IMO.

Earlier this morning my issue of the November Gamesmaster Magazine turned up in the post and with it were some exciting details for the recently announced Resident Evil: Revelations 2, set for release early 2015 for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Many of the details revealed include the return of Claire Redfield, the daughter of Barry Burton, plot and enemy details and much more. This information was revealed when Gamesmaster sat down with Resident Evil: Revelations 2 producer Michiteru Okabe.

I will list some of those exciting details below, but if you want to read the article in full, then you can pick up the November issue of Gamesmaster Magazine. I have also taken some images direct from the magazine, for which you can find below.

Claire Redfield will return as the playable lead and it is said that “In the time since we last saw her (Claire), she’s grown to be a seasoned veteran.”

Claire will be joined throughout the campaign with Moira Burton, daughter of the legendary Barry Burton.

The campaign will be playable in co-op or singleplayer.

When playing as Claire, her style will be more combat focused. Whereas Moira will be supplying Claire with health herbs, provided the flashlight and general support.

Claire will be the only player death that will result in a Game Over, one of Moira’s key roles will be to help keep Claire alive (though Claire can obviously heal herself).

The story will take place on an abandoned island detention facility.

The campaign will begin with Claire and Moira awakening after being abducted.

The events will take place between the events of Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6.

Gameplay will be much more Survival Horror orientated (much like the first Resident Evil: Revelations), bringing the series back to its roots with less over the top action, unlike Resident Evil 5 and 6.

Fan feedback has played a part in the development of Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
Producer Okabe said that “The project has been finding the line between listening to fan feedback and also doing something different to confound expectations.”

Okabe also said that “I want this to be both a game that doesn’t lose what made its predecessor great, while also bringing something new and exciting to the Resident Evil series.” He also added that “Achieving that lofty goal by bringing together past and future will make this an itchy-tasty prospect indeed.”

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will feature a new “Afflicted” enemy type, which “may look like zombies, but are in fact something quite different.”

The Afflicted enemy will be both fast and able to deal heavy damage to the player. It is also said that they will force the player to decide whether to take them head-on, sneak up using stealth and applying a take-down or the player can run for the hills and “preserve ammo”.

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will run at 1080p and 60fps (for the PC and new gen versions at least).

09-06-2014, 12:57 PM
Woohoo!! Claire is back! Insta buy!

Badrats Studio
09-08-2014, 12:19 PM
I was ignoring the "Revelation" series because I thought it wasn't a canon (unlike Code : Veronica).

Now looks like I have to buy and play "Revelation 1".

09-10-2014, 01:51 PM
Revelations 1 is cannon and it has a pretty good story and introduces new villains to the series. Definitly worth getting. Think of it like a Code: Veronica.

Anyways.... seems like Capcom found a way to ruin a good thing! Revelations 2 will be an episodic digital game, and after finished it will release on physical.


Guess i will wait until the full game comes out.

09-10-2014, 01:55 PM
Doesn't bother me in the slightest. Since it's getting a full retail release anyway. Releasing the game in episodes doesn't take anything away from the game.

09-10-2014, 01:59 PM
I noticed they are weekly, so at least it wont stagger the release of the physical version too much.

edit: After analysing with more time the game beeing released in episodes is not the big problem, but the fact the whole game costs 25 dollars/euros, 40 retail.
Sadly this points to a short and rushed game. Hope i'm wrong though.

Badrats Studio
09-13-2014, 05:13 AM
Capcom and their antics. Damn it Cap ... guess I'll wait the retail non episodic of this game.