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Door to door? This 500 port-to-port works with PSVR, Resident Evil 7, RE2, RE3, God of War, Titanfall 2, Guilty Gear Strive, the best versions of Dragon Ball Fighterz, Mega Man 11, Mortal Kombat 11, Little Nightmares 1&2, DOOM & DOOM Forever, etc., as well as all the arcade files, neogeoclassics, retro consoles and arcade compilations that the Switch has. As much as I praise Panic Button and all the other developers making the effort to bring a great game to the Switch, it was always more fun when traditional developers created games that could be optimized for all available platforms. The latest installment in the Revelations series was Resident Evil Revelations 2, an episodic version of the survival horror series originally released in 2015 and released on Switch in 2017. I’m a Nintendo fan, but I love my Resident Evil games, and there’s no way I could play Switch if it came out on PC. The same insider has now confirmed the aforementioned claims, stating that the game will release “one year after [Resident Evil] Village,” which is scheduled for a May release this year as part of Capcom’s 25th anniversary celebration of its survival horror series. Last year, Capcom faced a leak that revealed a game called Resident Evil Outrage, scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2021. Dusk Golem has already shed some light on the new monster hunter game for Switch before its official announcement, stating that it will run on the RE engine. However, the Switch is of a completely different caliber, and without the challenge of developing a horror game for the unique limitations of the 3DS, I felt the second game was lacking. I find it hard to believe that a Final Fantasy-style villain is in charge of events, let alone an RE game, with those silly leeches and REBECCA Frikkin Chambers, among others, taking over and leading the way. It’s good for Switch, but unfortunately, I don’t like the Revelation games. Dusk Golem goes on to explain that the game runs “100%” on Capcom’s RE engine used for Monster Hunter Rise, and that while it is a “limited time exclusive,” it will come out “all together” as a multi-generational game.