Resident Evil 4 Remake’s iPhone 15 Pro version will cost $60, App Store listing reveals


Capcom quietly revealed how much Resident Evil 4 Remake will cost for the iPhone 15 Pro, with the mobile-focused version set to cost $60.

On the App Store page, the price of Resident Evil 4 is hidden under the “In-App Purchases” section on the game’s product listing page. A drop-down appears displaying all in-app purchases, the top of which includes the base game retailing for $59.99, as you can see from the screenshot below, as well as other in-app purchases available for the game. -Includes prices for in-app purchases.

Full details of all the prices for the iPhone 15 Pro version of Resident Evil 4.  ,  Screenshot credit: Taylor Lyles/IGN
Full details of all the prices for the iPhone 15 Pro version of Resident Evil 4. , Screenshot credit: Taylor Lyles/IGN

Resident Evil 4 Remake, which is priced at $60, is in line with the first price of the PC and console versions when it was released earlier this year. Apple previously said that the iPhone 15 Pro is a smartphone that is capable of playing console-quality video games thanks to the device’s A17 Pro chip.

Luckily, Resident Evil 4 will support universal purchasing. This means that if you buy the game for your iPhone 15 Pro, but you also have an iPad and/or Mac equipped with an M1 chip or newer, you can play on all three of those devices without having to double dip.

As you can see in the screenshot below, one of the images of the upcoming port of Resident Evil 4 includes support for touch controls. While this control layout is supported, Capcom notes on the game’s App Store listing that it is recommended that players use a controller such as the Backbone “for the best experience”.

There is no release date for Resident Evil 4 for the iPhone 15 Pro yet, but Capcom says it will release later this year. In addition to Resident Evil 4, Capcom announced yesterday that an iPhone 15 Pro version of Resident Evil Village will be released on October 30 for $39.99.

Taylor is a reporter at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.



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