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Early information out of this week’s Famitsu reveals a Japanese release date for Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Switch. Both are slated for November 30.

In the west, Capcom will likely be offering Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 at around the same time. The company intends to publish both games at retail under the name Resident Evil Revelations Collection. The first game will be included on a cartridge, but Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a digital download.

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Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 launching for Switch on November 28 in the west

Yesterday, Famitsu revealed that Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 are coming to Switch in Japan on November 30. It didn’t take long for Capcom to follow up with some news for the west. Both games are slated for November 28 in North America and Europe.

On Switch, Capcom is including optional Joy-Con motion controls and HD Rumble compatibility. You can use the right Joy-Con to aim your shots and swing knife attacks, and flick it up to reload Shake the left Joy-Con to escape enemy attacks when grabbed.

The co-op Raid Mode can be played online in each game as well. In Revelations 2, local co-op is also an option by passing a single Joy-Con to a friend and take on the horde together. Fans can expect all DLC and episodes previously released for both games.

At retail in North America, the two games will be sold together as Resident Evil Revelations Collection for $40. Resident Evil Revelations will be on the cartridge while the other is a digital download. Both titles are $20 digitally as individual releases.

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Update 2: File Size

Resident Evil: Revelations requires 13 GB and Resident Evil: Revelations 2: 26gb

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Shikamo said:

Resident Evil Revelations Collection. The first game will be included on a cartridge, but Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a digital download.

Lol fuck off Crapcom



"Resident Evil Revelations Collection. The first game will be included on a cartridge, but Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a digital download".

Dammit Capcom, can't you do anything right with the Switch? Every project you bring to the system is full of problems and nitpicks that anger the userbase. It's not that hard to fit the game on a bigger cartridge!



You know it deserves the GOTY.

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oh oh, RE vs Little Witch Academia!!!

Darwinianevolution said:
 It's not that hard to fit the game on a bigger cartridge!

really?



Oh nice!



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If I were a physical man, I would really find that annoying.



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twintail said:

oh oh, RE vs Little Witch Academia!!!

Darwinianevolution said:
 It's not that hard to fit the game on a bigger cartridge!

really?

Revelations 1 was about 8 gigs iirc on Wii U and 360.  Revelations 2 was 18 gigs, all episodes.  That's 26 gigs.  So unless they've included 6 gigs worth of bells and whistles, then they're either being jackasses or cheapskates.  Pick one.



Nuvendil said:
twintail said:

oh oh, RE vs Little Witch Academia!!!

really?

Revelations 1 was about 8 gigs iirc on Wii U and 360.  Revelations 2 was 18 gigs, all episodes.  That's 26 gigs.  So unless they've included 6 gigs worth lf bells and whistles, then their either being jackasses or cheapskates.  Pick one.

Beyond that, it makes it also even the more annoying since the larger game is the one that you need to download.

So 18 gigs, probably minimum, are taken away from Switch's small HD.



Bad move Capcom. Don't count with my money for this. I'm sure they'll say that their support for switch will depend on its sales...