Resident Evil 2 discounted up to $ 40 on Microsoft Store

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Resident Evil 2 was originally launched in 1998 and is considered a cult classic. It is perhaps one of the best survival horror games ever made. The title contains exciting research and puzzles to solve puzzles that are still staples to this day. Players join rookie police officer Leon Kennedy and student Claire Redfield, who are stung together by a disastrous outbreak in Raccoon City. The disease transforms the population into deadly zombies who just want to kill. Your job is to escape.

Today, Xbox Live program director Larry Hryb announced that the remake of Resident Evil 2 could only be purchased during the weekend in the Microsoft Store. This means that only the Xbox One copy will receive the maximum discount of 33 percent. The standard edition costs around $ 40, and the Deluxe edition costs around $ 52. Please note that the standard edition has received the 33 percent discount, while the Deluxe edition has only fallen by 25 percent.

In our review, Jez Corden said: "Resident Evil 2 retains some of that … writing cheese, but Capcom's attempts to inject more emotion into the procedure while other aspects of the story are being filled have undoubtedly game pushed beyond the original. everything leaves me hungry to see what other classics like Resident Evil 3: Nemesis … Resident Evil 4 might look reborn by this team. "

If you are looking for a truly spectacular survival horror game, look no further. However, you have to pull the trigger quickly because this digital edition will be $ 60 within three days.

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