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Resident Evil Origins Collection coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Capcom has announced Resident Evil Origins, a new bundle due out on PC, Xbox One and PS4 next year.

If you want a slice of classic Resident Evil pie early next year, then you’re in luck.

Capcom is bringing Resident Evil Origins to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on January 22, 2016.

It bundles together both the Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil HD remakes onto one disc for your gaming pleasure.

Resident Evil HD is based on the 2002 GameCube version of the game and was released on current and last-gen consoles in January this year.

Residentl Evil 0 HD on the other hand, is based on the 2002 original and includes optional camera-relative controls. It gives you a choice between the new 16:9 widescreen ratio or the old school 4:3 one.

You also get significantly enhanced graphics and audio.

Related: Resident Evil HD tips and tricks

Capcom also announced in will sell a downloadable version of Resident Evil separately for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3.

That’s due out sometime in early 2016, and will retail for £14.99.

The publisher also announced Wesker Mode for Resident Evil 0, which allows you to play as Resident Evil villain Wesker. He’s got all sorts of powers, including the ability to teleport.


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