There’s no doubt that Capcom’s forthcoming Resident Evil 2 remake is one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2019, with players anxious to return to Raccoon City or perhaps even visit the zombie-infested town for the first time. Now, it looks as if there are some fans out there who are so eager to get started that they have unearthed the survival-horror release’s PlayStation 4 Trophy list a few weeks ahead of launch.
A quick glance at the Resident Evil 2 remake’s Trophy list shows that there will be 42 in all to collect, with a majority of them involving the completion of basic gameplay elements that have been detailed in various promotional trailers prior to release. Of course, there are quite a few Hidden Trophies players can unlock, too, with some of them involving SPOILERS. For those who don’t mind potentially learning various plot points before playing, they can find the full, unabridged list right here.
Since the Trophies seen in the images above are light on plot points, it’s worth mentioning for the uninitiated that Capcom has decided that the Resident Evil 2 remake’s narrative will hew closely to the original, but there will be new elements here and there. For instance, the publisher and developer revealed a while back that the story won’t be exactly the same in the remake. What’s more is that there’s even a new area called The Orphanage for players to encounter.
All things considered, it’s safe to say that plenty of veterans and newcomers alike are excited to discover the re-contextualized state of Resident Evil 2 for contemporary hardware, especially with its launch occurring at the end of this month. With any luck, though, Capcom will provide players on all platforms with a gameplay demo so as to give them a better idea of what kind of content they will encounter before committing to purchasing the title.
Resident Evil 2 is set to launch on January 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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