Announced that 'Resident Evil 4' will be remade as a VR version for Oculus Quest 2
It was announced that 'Resident Evil 4 ', which was released as software for the Nintendo GameCube in 2005, will be remade as a VR game that can be played on Oculus Quest 2.
Resident Evil 4 VR announced for Oculus Quest 2 as a first-person remake | Ars Technica
A Resident Evil 4 VR remake is launching on Oculus Quest 2 --The Verge
Capcom has held a 'Resident Evil Showcase' to convey the latest information on Resident Evil, and announced that it will remake Resident Evil 4 into a VR game for Oculus Quest 2. The announcement about Resident Evil 4 for VR is after 48 minutes and 50 seconds.
Resident Evil Showcase | April 2021 --YouTube
The game screen of VR version Resident Evil 4 is as follows.
The original Resident Evil 4 was a third-person shooter, but the VR version seems to be a first-person shooter (FPS).
The VR version of Resident Evil 4 was created in collaboration with Capcom, Oculus's parent company Facebook, and the game studio
Details about the VR version of Resident Evil 4 will be announced at the 'Oculus Gaming Showcase' held on April 22nd.
' #Biohazard 4 ' is now available on the #Oculus platform ????????????????????????— Oculus Japan (@Oculus_Japan) April 16, 2021
Details will be announced at the 'Oculus Gaming Showcase' to be held on April 22nd! You can see #VR's original development secret story and gameplay video.
Details will be broadcast on Oculus official Youtube LIVE from 7:00 am on April 22 https://t.co/R9sGOnfBli pic.twitter.com/IyYMRTTC7g
The titles for the Oculus platform include the VR fitness game ' VZfit ' and ...
VZfit | Oculus Quest Platform-YouTube
'Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey ', which is a VR version of Taito's arcade action puzzle ' Puzzle Bobble ', has also been announced.
Puzzle Bobble VR: Vacation Odyssey --Launch Announcement Trailer | Oculus Quest Platform --YouTube
In addition, Oculus has announced that it will allow developers to sell Quest app and game subscriptions. This will allow developers to offer new content, features and tools for a fee, making it easier and more sustainable for content developers to monetize.