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Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 - resolution, framerate, motion controls, and more detailed

by rawmeatcowboy
05 November 2017
GN Version 5.0

- Revelations 1 and 2 are based on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions
- Joy-Con support with motion control and HD Rumble
- Joy-Con share play is only available in Revelations 2
- all DLC is already included from the start
- supports multiple languages in both voice and text
- local co-op
- Revelations features a 1080p resolution when playing on a television, and 720p resolution in portable mode
- Revelations is 60fps
- by holding ZL on the Joy-Con, you can aim your gun with the right Joy-Con’s motion control
- use the left Joy-Con as a magazine to simulate a reloading motion
- other motion controls include slashing horizontally to simulate a knife attack, and swinging for a quick reload
- motion controls are optional and can be set to on or off from the options settings
- motion controls are not supported with the Pro Controller
- classic controls are also available
- HD Rumble allows for more detailed and complex vibrations, meaning new kinds of rumble not available in PS4/XB1 versions
- Revelations 2 also runs at 1080p when playing on a television
- Revelations 2 is not 60fps
- due to the fewer buttons available when sharing Joy-Con, the developers have said that it will have a unique control scheme