Fans of the popular survival horror game Resident Evil can rejoice as the Resident Evil 4 Remake will now have a day one patch that will fix the game’s controversial rain visuals. The rain effect appeared artificial and obscured the action, causing many fans to criticize it on various forums. The criticism reached a level where people started calling it “raingate.” The producers have listened to the fans’ feedback and promised to make the necessary adjustments. Here are the details about what they say and the latest details about the game’s release.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Will Fix The Horrible Rain Visuals
The rain effects were highlighted in a gameplay video published by Game Informer a month ago. Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi recently stated in an interview with Press Start Australia that the development team had seen everyone’s reaction to the rain effects and is working on a day-one patch to make adjustments. Fans who have pre-loaded the game will need to download a little extra to ensure that they have the fixed version of the game. The day one patch aims to improve the quality of the game and enhance the player’s experience.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is set to launch on March 24, generating much excitement among fans. The game is a reimagining of the original Resident Evil 4, released in 2005. The remake promises to offer fans a new level of gameplay, enhanced graphics, and exciting new features. Fans can expect to immerse themselves in a world full of horror, action, and suspense.
The announcement of the day one patch has reassured fans that the development team is committed to delivering an exceptional gaming experience. The patch is evidence of the team’s dedication to meeting fans’ expectations and delivering a game that meets the highest standards of quality. Fans can look forward to experiencing the fixed rain effects and enjoying the game without distractions.