Resident Evil 2 is getting retro-inspired '98 costumes

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During a recent press event in Dubai, Resident Evil 2's game director, Kazunori Kadoi, and its producer, Yoshiaki Hirabayashi told SaudiGamer (via wccftech) that they had "discussed the possibility of providing additional content" after the release of the game.

Out tomorrow, with our long-awaited review to drop soon, Capcom's Resident Evil 2 remake is without a doubt one of the most ambitious and impressive re-release in videogame history.

The trailer looks awesome, showing once more how the Resident Evil Engine originally created for the seventh numbered game of the franchise is a real powerhouse no matter what they use it for. Some of the characters teased include the mayor's daughter, Robert Kendo and an unnamed U.S.S. member.

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The other Resident Evil 2 Remake DLC, while not as intriguing, should have fans of the Playstation classic, particularly those that like the retro aesthetic, frothing at the mouth.

As for cosmetic bonuses, classic 98 models for both Leon and Claire will be made available via specially marked PSN cards in Japan.

Capcom's development team used the 21-year time gap to their advantage by using their homemade RE Engine to rebuild the world, the puzzles and the enemies from the ground up. You're desperate. Otherwise you wouldn't be searching for Resident Evil 2 Early Access and whether you can play RE 2 early before release. Does the DLC make you excited, or leave you wanting?

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