The current modding community has a very close relationship with Capcom games. Thanks to the popular RE Engine, their titles not only perform very well on PC, but also support all kinds of fan projects. Resident Evil 4 Remake has not yet gone on sale, but that has not stopped its fans from dedicating themselves to make mods
But how is this possible? The key is in the Resident Evil 4 Remake demo. Announced during the last Capcom Spotlight, this has delighted fans who wanted to have a first look at the new horror video game of the Japanese franchise. Thanks to this, modders have also gotten down to work.
If we go to the NexusMods Resident Evil 4 Remake page, we can find a bit of everything. From a bizarre chicken mask for Leon to turning Doctor Salvador into the most ruthless version of Shrek, also going through turning the demo’s gun into a banana. Shitposting is strongbut there are also other pretty cool news.
Among the most useful mods, I have been able to find one that turns the final wave of enemies into infinite, for those who want a challenge, or the first unofficial graphics adjustments of the title. By far the most useful is the arrival of REFramework, the tool many modders use to unlock the camera and even take it to VRto Resident Evil 4 Remake.
We still have a week and a half to go back to the most badass part of Spain. The new from Capcom will be released andl next Friday March 24. After the good taste that this brief but intense demo has left, it seems that 2023 is being a very powerful year for horror video games.