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RESIDENT EVIL 2 / biohazard RE:2

A deadly virus engulfs the residents of Raccoon City in September of 1998, plunging the city into chaos as flesh eating zombies roam the streets for survivors.

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Resident Evil 2 - High vs Low 4k PC Graphics Comparison

Survival horror gets more than a fresh coat of paint as CAPCOM's Resident Evil 2 is a complete remake of the classic original, with modern graphics and improved gameplay mechanics. See how the game looks in 4k with the High and Low presets with our PixelPerfect PC Graphics Comparison.

The recently released Resident Evil 2 has been impressing critics and gamers alike, with not only the improved gameplay, but also on the updated graphics from the classic 1998 original. This time around the game is swapping to a third person over-the-shoulder camera (like Resident Evil 4) and more open areas to explore. Our graphics comparison channel PixelPerfect is back with an exciting look at the survival horror remake to see how the game looks at 4k using the "High" and "Low" presets. On the Lowest preset it's still impressive to see some visual details stand out, including detailed Zombies and various other details. Though there are bound to be compromises as you'll see with muddier textures and some shimmer with lower Anti-aliasing.

For those using the High preset, the Ant-Aliasing is cleaned up and the rough edges get smoothed out for a cleaner presentation overall. You'll also notice the Shadow, Particles and Light effects getting improved quality as you jump between the two - though you won't miss much if you're playing on the Lowest setting. Certain things like Bloom on Low are missing a bit of detail compared to High, but you're still getting a detailed game either way.

Resident Evil 2 - 4k PC Graphics Comparison

Resident Evil 2 Remake Graphics Comparison High vs Low | PC | 4K UHD

Note: PixelPerfect takes care when creating the clips to ensure there is no loss in image quality. For the Video Editing the professionals at Caseking are responsible.

If you'd like to see more from our sister channel PixelPerfect be sure to subscribe for more graphic comparison tests for the latest games! Special thanks to Overclockers UK and Caseking for sponsoring the video and providing the hardware.

Hardware used for the Graphics Comparison

Specs of the Recording PC (components available at Overclockers UK/Caseking):

  • Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz
  • 16 GB RAM (DDR4)
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder's Edition
  • GeForce Game Ready Driver 417.71
  • Mainboard ASRock Z270 Pro4
  • Windows 10 Home (64 Bit)
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