Is Resident Evil Code: Veronica coming to the PlayStation 4? According to recent talks on the grapevine, the aforementioned game might be coming to today’s modern consoles via a remaster of port. Such talks surfaced due to a recent rating of the game from the USK (a.k.a. Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle), the German counterpart of the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) which is responsible for handing out appropriate ratings to video games.
Recently, the USK released an apparent rating for Code: Veronica for the PS4. However, this rating was later retracted from the listing, which implies that its revelation might have been made by mistake.
Resident Evil Code: Veronica Rating
According to reports, Code: Veronica for the PS4 received a 16 rating, which is an equivalent of the ESRB’s Mature score. While the listing had been posted rather recently (on March 17, to be exact), some speculate that this could be a sign of Capcom getting ready to reveal its plans to have a PS4 version of the game.
Code: Veronica had been previously released with an HD remaster back in 2011, being made available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Notably, the USK’s recent listing of the game had only included the PS4 as its only platform, which implies that the port or remaster might only be available for PS4 fans.
Could It Be Brought To Other Platforms Besides The PS4?
Taken into consideration how nearly every other Resident Evil game has been made available on the Xbox One and PC as well, the possibility of a Code: Veronica port coming to other platforms shouldn’t be written out just yet. As to how the port may come into fruition, some reports suggest that it may take the form of the game’s HD remaster from 2011.
The prospect of Resident Evil Code: Veronica coming to the PS4 is an exciting one, seeing as so many other Resident Evil titles have already made it to the PlayStation 4 games roster. Should Code: Veronica be re-released on the PS4, it would leave only two more titles in the series left out from the console: Resident Evil 2 (which, actually, is already on its way with a remake), and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.