The Resident Evil 4 remake coming to iPhone will cost $59.99, the same price Capcom charges for games on consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series

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Resident Evil 4 can be pre-ordered now on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and under the in-app purchases list, full unlock is listed for $59.99. An additional DLC pack costs $19.99, and several weapon packs are available at prices ranging from $2.99 ​​to $9.99.

Capcom released Resident Evil 4 Remake on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in March. Compared to the original 2005 game, it features revised graphics, new characters, and updated gameplay elements such as the option to craft items and ammo from resources.

Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro models include the A17 Pro chip that allows playing console-quality games on the device. It supports hardware-based ray tracing and has enhanced GPU capabilities to allow more system-intensive gameplay.

Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil Village, Death Stranding, and Assassin’s Creed: Mirage are console games that are set to release on the iPhone in the future. The ‌iPhone 15 Pro‌ and ‌iPhone 15 Pro Max‌ are the only iPhones that will be able to run the game, but it will also be playable on M1 and later iPads and Macs.

The release date of Resident Evil 4 has not been announced yet.

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