Is Resident Evil 8 coming to PS4? Yes. Yes, it is.
Capcom's flagship Resident Evil (RE) franchise is on the brink of what could be its greatest influx of content in the last decade. Not only is it getting a new main series game—the eighth in its line—but its development team is also working on a competitive player versus player spin-off as well as a remake of yet another previous title. Two games coming to shelves before the end of the year with a third on the way? Now, that's commitment.
So, where exactly will fans be able to play them?
Is Resident Evil 8 Coming to PS4?
Both Resident Evil: Village and RE:Verse will be available on the PlayStation 4 (PS4), according to Capcom.
Village is set to be released for the PS4 and 5, as well as the Xbox One, Series X, and Series S on May 7. This has been the plan since release—which will hopefully give previous generation console users a minute to breathe.
RE:Verse will be primarily available on the PS4 with PS5 compatibility. It is also slated for a May 7 release date, but is currently operating in closed beta.
There isn't a lot of information concerning the Resident Evil 4 remake at the time of writing. We know the project is currently being led by Capcom's Division 1 team with auxiliary help from the M-Two studio—who were primarily behind the RE3 remake of 2020. The RE4 remake is rumored to debut in 2023.