Capcom’s forthcoming high-definition Resident Evil remake is now accessible to pre-purchase and pre-load on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game formally starts on January 20, and pre-loading ensures that you’ll be able to play the game the second it becomes available.
The game, an upgraded version of 2002’s Resident Evil REmake for GameCube (which itself is a remake of the 1996 original), was declared in August. It’ll output in 1080p on Xbox One and PS4, and certainly will take up around 14.2 GB of hard drive space.
The new Resident Evil game supports cross-buy on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, meaning if you get one version of the game that is $20, you will get the other for free. Cross-buy support, however, is only available should you preorder.
The game is also coming to Xbox 360 and PC on January 20.
In addition to the Resident Evil remake, Capcom will release Resident Evil: Revelations 2 in 2015 for PC and games consoles. The publisher might also be working on Resident Evil 7, according to a report.