Capcom has recently announced the release date for Resident Evil 4 Remake on the platform – slated for December 20. Attached below are some screenshots of the game’s Apple port. The forthcoming Resident Evil 4 Remake will be available exclusively to certain iPhone models, specifically the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, without support for older models. However, the game will be compatible with iPads and Macs equipped with the M1 chip or newer. For those who own multiple Apple products that are compatible with the game, cross-progression support will be available, enabling you to continue your progress across devices. This feature allows you to initiate a save file on your Mac and resume your game on your iPhone as you go about your day.
Pre-orders for the Resident Evil 4 Remake are now open for Apple platforms. While details regarding the game’s unlock and DLC prices have been made available, it is uncertain whether Capcom will offer a launch discount. Since these are in-app purchases, a potential discount may be announced closer to or at the game’s release. The comprehensive game unlock for Resident Evil 4 Remake is currently priced at $59.99, with the additional DLC pack (for upgrading to Deluxe) costing $19.99. The pricing for Separate Ways on Apple platforms is yet to be revealed, but it is likely to be priced at $9.99, consistent with other platforms. Please be advised that the current date on the App Store page is a placeholder.