According to the renowned industry leaker, Dusk Golem, Resident Evil 4 Remake is “100 percent in the wild”. Dusk Golem has a very good track record in the industry, especially when it comes to Resident Evil leaks. The tipster was one of the first to bring details about Resident Evil Village’s plot, and also revealed that CAPCOM was working on a remake for Resident Evil 4. Now, just a few days ahead of the game’s release, and a few after the demo’s release, Dusk Golem says that there are a lot of players that already have the complete game.
The tipster warned its followers over the past few days. He said, “Be careful on social media and video-sharing sites”. He states that the game already made its way to players, and it’s natural to see them uploading content ahead of the launch. We don’t exactly what happened, but this is not the first time we see something in this regard. The same situation happened last year with God of War: Ragnarok. Several players go to their units ahead of the launch date. Hence, the game’s footage started to appear one week ahead of the game launch. It was a full mess of spoilers for the most distracted players.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is already available for some players
Well, considering that Resident Evil 4 Plot is from 2005, it’s quite weird to hear “stay spoiler-free”. This is not so wrong, after all, the Remake is set to bring some changes. While the game’s main plot should remain loyal to the original, we expect some changes here and there. Besides new gameplay systems, we also expect some changes in the way that the story progresses. If we go for the last trailer, we can see that Luis Serra was alive and kicking in certain portions that happen right after his demise. So, we don’t know what will be of Serra’s fate, and this is one of the new plot elements.
Players should tread carefully in the next few days. Of course, we expect CAPCOM to do its thing by excluding and reporting these leaks. However, once “it’s in the web, it can never go back”. So if you want to stay spoiler-free, and don’t want your experience ruined, take care.
We have almost two full weeks ahead of the launch of the Resident Evil 4 Remake. The game will land for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S/X, and PC on March 24. The latest Chainsaw Demo reveals that it has everything to be one of the best games of 2023.