Capcom’s famed franchise Resident Evil continues to show life with its latest iteration, Resident Evil VII. Outside of the main series, there are other sub-franchises Capcom is still giving life to. One of those is Resident Evil Revelations and it’ll make a new landing this coming fall.

The publisher is confirming Resident Evil Revelations will launch on PS4 and Xbox One this coming Aug. 29. It is going to be available for $19.99. Later this year, Capcom is also releasing both Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 for Nintendo Switch.

No date is out for when exactly the Switch releases will happen. Capcom is saying they’ll arrive during the late part of 2017. The new version is said to be “updated for current generation consoles.” This includes a higher resolution of 1920×1080 and a stronger frame rate.

Environmental detail is also going to be better and creature movement refined. All DLC is going to be in the game, however, players will need to unlock them to gain access. No mention was made as to whether or not there will be any resolution discrepancies between the Switch, PS4 or Xbox One versions.

“Take on hordes of enemies with a friend online in the returning Raid Mode, which includes ‘The Ghost Ship: Chaos,’ a fresh take on the popular stage with more powerful weapons and ways for players to upgrade their arsenal, and remixed enemy placements for an added challenge,” Capcom wrote.

Four unique control schemes from across the series’ history are in the release as well. This is done to help make the experience “more flexible,” accommodating different playstyles. Capcom’s Resident Evil Revelations launches on PS4 and Xbox One this Aug. 29. The Switch version of Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 are due out later this year. Stick around here at We Write Things for more on Capcom.

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