Resident Evil Zero: PC (Emulated) vs. HD Remaster Comparison Shows Radical Difference In Graphics

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Capcom has announced a remastered version of Resident Evil Zero recently. This new version will get a visual overhaul just like Resident Evil HD Remaster, which can result in enhanced graphics compared to the original version of the game.

Resident Evil Zero still looks pretty good when we emulate it on PC, as we can bump the resolution to HD and get a much cleaner presentation than the GameCube original. It is interesting to see how the emulated version compares to the released screenshot of Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster, and we have to add, it is a BIG improvement.

You can check out a slider comparison between both version of the game below.

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To begin, the added dynamic light completely changes the look and feel of the game. The background textures have also been improved from the original and are much more clear and sharper now. The character models have also received a bump in visuals and appear to be much more higher polygon now.

Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster is set to release on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC in Early 2016.

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  • Jafin

    “… much more higher polygon…” Proof-reading…

  • Fel Martins

    Is it still only local co-op or can me and a buddy do online?

    • Soda Popinski

      Excellent question. Online co-op would be stellar. But judging from RE:Revelations 2 disapointing lack of online co-op (campaign), i have ZERO expectations………(get it…….haha)