By Kyle Emch / January 22nd, 2013
Earlier today, Brelston took to the Capcom Unity board to announce that Resident Evil: Revelations, which was previously a 3DS exclusive, will be coming to consoles and to PCs in HD. Aside from the graphical upgrade, this version also adds a number of new things to its co-op Raid Mode. This includes the new playable character Hunk, a new enemy, new weapons, a harder difficulty, and custom parts that can be used to make your weapons stronger.
Resident Evil: Revelations HD will be available on May 21st in North America and May 24th in the UK. It’ll be priced at $49.99 in the U.S. with the PS3 and PC versions getting a digital version on launch day. The 360 and the Wii U will get a digital version of the game soon after.
This is an official Capcom Press Release
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