It’s no secret that Resident Evil 4 is one of the most successful titles in the Capcom franchise, being pointed out by many fans as their favorite game in the survival horror saga. Very relevant to this day, and even serving as an inspiration for Village, Resident Evil 4 now has a new version made by fans, with graphics that follow the evolution of the video game industry.
Made by fans of the game, the mod called Resident Evil 4 HD Project is now available for download, and can be checked by any player for free. Although, you need to own a copy of Resident Evil 4 on Steam.
Resident Evil 4 HD Project is released by fans
According to the developers, Resident Evil 4 HD Project is just what the name suggests, a full remaster of the game released in January 2005 by Capcom. The mod updates many elements of the game starring Leon, improving pre-rendered videos, menus, 3D models, textures and more. Lighting and visual effects are also elements that received improvements in the project.
To top it off, the mod developers also made sure to fix audio issues including bugs and effects sounds.
Requirements to run Resident Evil 4 HD Project
- Processador: Intel® CoreTM 2 Quad 2,7 GHz / AMD PhenomTM II X4 3 GHz
- RAM: 4 GB
- HDD: 38GB (approximately)
download the mod
To closely check the result of the fan remaster, you just need to have a copy of Resident Evil 4 on Steam and follow the steps mentioned on the project page.
Click on this link to download.
Resident Evil 4 (original) is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One e Nintendo Switch, with an official HD version made by Capcom, but this version is not a complete remaster of the classic, so fans had the idea of developing their own project.