Capcom’s support of Nintendo’s Switch continues, with the company bringing a duo of entries in its popular Resident Evil franchise to the system later this year. According to Capcom Unity, Resident Evil Revelations Collection will combine the two Revelations games into one $39.99 package, with all DLC included, in late 2017. It will come after they are updated for the PS4 and Xbox One at the end of this month.

 

Both games feature familiar faces in brand new stories, with the over-the-shoulder gameplay that was popularized by Resident Evil 4. The first Revelations was released back in 2012 for the Nintendo 3DS, though its 2015 sequel never hit a Nintendo system until now.

It’s worth noting that the Collection includes only the first game on cart – the sequel will have to be downloaded via an included code. Each game will be available to purchase separately for £19.99, too. We’ll be sure to bring a concrete release date once it’s announced.

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