Resident Evil 4 Remake Is Only $40 For Console, Even Cheaper On PC

You can score the stellar survival horror remake for its lowest price yet on consoles and PC.


Given the sheer volume of great games, it has been challenging to keep up with 2023's release schedule. In addition to brand-new experiences, the year has brought a handful of standout remasters and remakes, including Resident Evil 4. If you missed out on the wonderful remake of the 2005 classic at launch or were waiting for a discount, now's your chance. Resident Evil 4 is discounted from $60 to just $40 for PS5 and Xbox Series X at multiple major retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy.

If you're a PC gamer, you can get the standard edition for just $33.65 or the Deluxe edition for $41.64 at Green Man Gaming.

Leon Kennedy might be outgunned--biologically--by the infected cultists who have kidnapped the daughter of the president of the United States, but years of Secret Service training have transformed him from a rookie cop and into a lethal weapon.

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"How do you remake Resident Evil 4, an experience that changed the way action games are made today? It is, at best, an unfair challenge and, at worst, an impossible task," Kurt Indovina wrote in GameSpot's Resident Evil 4 review. "So, instead of trying to reinvent the wheel a second time, developer Capcom has doubled down on the brilliance of the original's design--elaborated on it, and finely tuned the experience. The result is a stunning remake that reminds longtime fans like me of its brilliance, while also introducing an all-new generation to a modern classic and one of the most important games of all time."

For more game deals on 2023 hits, you can check out these discounts on Final Fantasy 16, Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe, and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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