Resident Evil 4,5,6 Coming to PS4 and Xbox One

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Capcom is re-releasing Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The company announced today that all three games are coming to the new consoles, beginning with Resident Evil 6 on March. Each game will cost $20 / €20 / £16.

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Resident Evil 6's re-release will come with all previously released add-on content, including costumes and more. Resident Evil 5's release is slated for summer 2016, with Resident Evil 4 coming this fall.

Capcom also announced that physical disc versions will be available in the Americas, though no further details were provided. The publisher did not say if the new versions of any of the games will be updated with better graphics or if they will be standard ports.

2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Resident Evil franchise, as the first game debuted in 1996 in Japan. The Pokemon franchise also celebrates its 20th birthday this year.

Capcom is making a habit of re-releasing classic Resident Evil games. The publisher has already released new versions of Resident Evil and Resident Evil 0, while a Resident Evil 2 remake is also on the way.

In May 2015, Capcom said it was encouraged by the success of Resident Evil HD remastered version so much so that HD remasters and re-releases would become a key area of growth for the company.

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