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Resident Evil 4 Remake to Grace Apple's Latest Devices This Winter

By Xueyang
Nov. 9, 2023 updated 12:53

Capcom delivers an early holiday treat with the announcement that the Resident Evil 4 remake is set to land on the iPhone 15 Pro, iPad, and M3-equipped Macs on December 20. Accompanying the game's release is the anticipated Separate Ways expansion, ensuring that Apple device users get the full horror experience.

In an impressive stride towards platform unity, the game comes with Universal Purchase, meaning one purchase grants access on any Apple device, from the iPhone 15 Pro to the latest Macs with M1 chips or newer. This is complemented by a seamless cross-progression feature, allowing players to shift their gameplay between devices without losing a moment of progress—perfect for gaming on the go or cozying up at home.

Gamers curious about how the game performs on their devices can get a taste with a free demo. This sneak peek also allows users to assess the touch controls on iPhone and iPad, although the game also supports controllers. Mac users have the option of a more traditional keyboard and mouse setup.

The move is part of a larger trend by Apple to integrate high-caliber gaming into its ecosystem. Following in the footsteps of Resident Evil Village, other acclaimed titles are also making their way to Apple hardware, including the enchanting Stray slated for Mac release in December, and other big names like Assassin's Creed Mirage and Death Stranding expected to join the Apple gaming library in the near future.

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