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Details On Resident Evil Revelations Collection

Arriving on November 28 for $39.99, Resident Evil Revelations Collection will include the first Revelations game on the cartridge and the sequel as a digital code that must be downloaded from the eShop. We’ve learned some new details about the game via a summary on Go Nintendo:

 

– Revelations 1 and 2 are based on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions
– Joy-Con support with motion control and HD Rumble
– Joy-Con share play is only available in Revelations 2
– all DLC is already included from the start
– supports multiple languages in both voice and text
– local co-op
– Revelations features a 1080p resolution when playing on a television, and 720p resolution in portable mode
– Revelations is 60fps
– by holding ZL on the Joy-Con, you can aim your gun with the right Joy-Con’s motion control
– use the left Joy-Con as a magazine to simulate a reloading motion
– other motion controls include slashing horizontally to simulate a knife attack, and swinging for a quick reload
– motion controls are optional and can be set to on or off from the options settings
– motion controls are not supported with the Pro Controller
– classic controls are also available
– HD Rumble allows for more detailed and complex vibrations, meaning new kinds of rumble not available in PS4/XB1 versions
– Revelations 2 also runs at 1080p when playing on a television
– Revelations 2 is not 60fps
– due to the fewer buttons available when sharing Joy-Con, the developers have said that it will have a unique control scheme

 

This article was originally posted on Inside Games and translated by Nintendo Everything.

 

Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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