One of the best remakes launched this year, Resident Evil 4, will arrive on the most powerful iOS devices in December. Revealed last month at one of Apple’s major events of the year, Resident Evil 4 won’t work on all iOS devices, but more importantly, it will be extremely expensive for a mobile game. That being said, Capcom confirmed earlier today that Resident Evil 4 will be hitting the Apple Store on December 20th. The game will be compatible with iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, as well as iPads powered by M1 chipsets or later.
As announced last month, Resident Evil 4 will be available for purchase for no less than $60. The Separate Ways DLC, which launches the same day, will cost an additional $20 (eventually) which you’ll have to pay if you want the whole pack.
On the bright side, the game will have universal purchase support, which means you will only have to purchase it once to play it on any of your iOS devices: iPhone, iPad and even Mac.
More good news is that cross-progression support will also be available, so you’ll be able to pick up where you left off no matter what device you’re playing on (provided it’s a compatible iOS device).
Finally, controller support is also available for those using an iPhone or iPad. If you’re not sure if the game is worth $60, you can download the free trial and check it out for yourself.