Updated 07:41 AM EDT, Mon, Sep 16, 2019

'Resident Evil 0 and Origins' Collection Officially Released: Features, Modes & Price

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Capcom's "Resident Evil 0" was officially launched this week, promising gamers better visuals, audio and control systems. It is set to be followed by the availability of the Resident Evil Origins Collection this Friday.

Entertainment Focus said the game is based on the original 2002 release, but comes with great modifications like HD display, widescreen support and a modernized control system.

According to Financial Post, gamers have observed that the graphics of the game were polished, which almost levelled the quality of the Resident Evil HD Remaster. Gamers can also expect better visual details and lighting effects with this new offering.

It was also added that this recently released game will educate new players about what really happened prior to the boom of the Resident Evil franchise.

The game is now available for Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3 and Windows PC users at $19.99.

"Resident Evil 0," as per Entertainment Focus, will include a Wesker Mode version, which will get unlocked when a player completes the main campaign.

This mode will allow gamers to play as Albert Wesker, the well-known villain of Resident Evil. Entertainment Focus added that Wesker has the abilities he acquired from the Uroboros virus. He will also appear with policewoman Rebecca Chambers.

In a review, Gamespot mentioned that "Resident Evil 0" indeed has the "hallmark" of the original game, adding that it is impressive because of the detailed environments it provides gamers.

"Some issues from the original persist, reminding you how far controls in games have come since 2002, but they are temporary frustrations that fade once you find your footing and continue your journey," added Gamespot's Peter Brown.

Meanwhile, Express noted that the Resident Evil Origins Collection will come on January 2 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

It is expected to contain the remastered versions of both "Resident Evil 0" and Resident Evil HD, which will cost $39.99.

With the release of these games, Express said Capcom has noted that it is working on more projects, which include a "Resident Evil 2" remake.

The production and making of this new title will reportedly be led by Resident Evil HD Remaster Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.

"As the title is only just starting its development cycle we, unfortunately, don't have any additional information or assets to share at this time ... For now, we want our fans to know that we appreciate all the feedback and support we've received on this title," Hirabayashi told Express.

He explained that they are aiming to provide players with the best gaming experience.

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