Resident Evil Zero: Remastered will launch in early 2016 for PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Last year, the original Resident Evil was brought into the current generation of consoles via a special remastered edition for PS4 and Xbox One. Today, Capcom has announced that Resident Evil: Remastered was resounding success, selling over a million units and prompting the company to unveil it's latest remastered project: Resident Evil Zero: Remastered.
Resident Evil Zero: Remastered is a HD remake of 2002's Resident Evil Zero for Nintendo GameCube. It's actually the second time the game has been remade, as a version for the Wii was released in 2008. The new Resident Evil Zero: Remastered will launch in early 2016 for PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Check out the announcement trailer above if you'd like, but know that it doesn't actually show off any footage from the game.
This will be the first time Zero has been made available on a non-Nintendo console, and funnily enough, it looks like the remaster is actually skipping the Wii U.
If you've been playing at home, you'd know that a remake of Zero has been on the cards since back in December, where data for it was discovered on the PlayStation store.