Resident Evil Classic Games To Come To Nintendo Switch in May

Resident Evil doesn’t forget its roots, and Nintendo Switch users should receive multiple Resident Evil classic games. We found out the news, for the first time, back in October, when Capcom made the announcement. Back then, we only knew that three games were going to be ported on Nintendo Switch – Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil 1, and Resident Evil 4.

Nonetheless, no additional details were released. We weren’t told when the ports would be available, and we didn’t know which versions of the games were going to be ported. However, it appears that the waiting time is finally over. Capcom let us know that the ports will arrive very soon, and users can already pre-order them starting on February 28th.

Capcom announced the launch date of Resident Evil classic games on Nintendo Switch the official Twitter account of the game. You can read the tweet below:

“Resident Evil 0, 1, and 4 are coming to Nintendo Switch eShop on May 21! Play all three masterpieces anywhere, such as:

  • On trains
  • During mansion tours
  • Across the European countryside

Pre-orders start on Feb 28th,” Capcom announced on Twitter a couple of days ago.

Resident Evil Classic Games To Come To Nintendo Switch in May

As the tweet announces, the release date for the three Resident Evil classic games on Nintendo Switch is May 21st. More than that, fans can pre-order them starting February 28th. While the tweet does mention that Resident Evil 0, 1, and 4 are the games coming to Switch, other clues offered by Capcom refer to those specific games.

For example, “on trains” refers to Resident Evil 0, which takes place mostly on a train. Then, we have “mansion tours,” which is a reference to the original Resident Evil, which was set in the Spencer Mansion. Finally, the “European countryside” refers to Resident Evil 4, which takes place in a fictional European village.

Are you excited about the Resident Evil classic games ports to Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments section below.

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