This Resident Evil 4 Remake Fixed Camera Edit is survival horror as it’s meant to be
Nostalgia at its finest.
Resident Evil 4 Remake aims to modernize the iconic horror title while maintaining the game’s core and identity. The recently released Chainsaw demo undoubtedly proved that the title has the potential to become one of the biggest games of 2023 and created some hype in the community. Although most fans enjoy spending their time playing games, one gamer has a great idea to show what the game could look like with the fixed camera mode.
YouTuber TheResidentofEvil uploaded a video showing the chainsaw demo with the camera fixed at certain angles instead of following behind the protagonist. The creator explained that the project was quite difficult as they had to place each camera for each scene, run a test match and fix any issues that arose. It took them four hours to record the video, but they claimed it was worth the effort.
I definitely agree with that feeling. Watching Leon enter the village and explore the house with the classic fixed camera angle is a great trip down memory lane. It’s surprising how much the demo feels like a different game with a simple change of perspective; one to be played with this camera mode.
While unlikely, the dream remains that this mode could return, at least in some capacity, in Resident Evil 4 Remake. After all, the Japanese version of the original Resident Evil 4 uses the classic camera for Ashley segments. There’s a small chance Capcom might keep this as a reference in the upcoming game, which many survival horror fans might enjoy.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Chainsaw Demo is now available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and PC.
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