Way back in 2012 when the PS3 and Xbox 360 were still the pinnacle of home console gaming, Capcom released Resident Evil 6. It went down alright with players and critics, so much so that we’ve heard many a fan cry out for a next-gen port, despite “remaster” being something of a dirty word.
It looks like that dirty word may be uttered sooner than we thought as the Korean ratings authority has recently evaluated Biohazard 6 (Resident Evil 6) for both the Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox One. It’s far from confirmation that the remaster is on its way, but with Capcom previously stating that it wants to keep pushing HD remasters and old games, we wouldn’t be too surprised to see this one hit the now current-gen consoles sometime next year. Besides, when was the last time any ratings board rated a game that didn’t exist?
We’ve reached out to Capcom for comment, but it’s unlikely that the Japanese giant will reply when it most likely has its own marketing plans that include a full reveal. Still, worth a shot, eh?
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