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Resident Evil 2 Has Me Excited to Experience a Classic for the First Time in 2019

Resident Evil 2 will be getting a new mode after launch alongside new costumes

Do you like the sound of The Ghost Survivors coming to Resident Evil 2? Regardless of your console of choice, Resident Evil 2 looks fantastic.

The Resident Evil 2 remake releases this week, 20 years after the classic horror title originally hit our shelves. In it, players will be able to enjoy a "what if?" side story where three sub-characters (the mayor's daughter, Robert Kendo, and a mysterious U.S.S. member) did not suffer at the hands of misfortune. In essence, this mode is like a built-in randomizer. As for the 2nd and 3rd volumes, there has been no announcement yet, but rumors abound that each volume will appear with its own pair of characters. Still, Leon and Claire do have alternate outfits in the game based on their original '98 costumes, so it's not all bad. The costumes will be added for free on March 22nd. The most likely answer is because Resident Evil 2 is notoriously hard.

Kadoi and Hirabayashi's comments are, sadly, far from official confirmation of the existence, let alone development, of any DLC, and the pair advised fans to keep an eye on Capcom's official social channels for any more news. Does the DLC make you excited, or leave you wanting? So, can you play the Resident Evil 2 remake early and before its release on January 25?

What we still don't know, however, is a release date though we do know it will be slated soon after the game itself arrives on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC here on the 25th!

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