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Where to buy the Resident Evil 4 remake

One of the best RE games is back, with multiple editions to peruse

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Leon S. Kennedy holding a knife in the remake of Resident Evil 4. Image: Capcom
Cameron Faulkner (he/him) is Polygon’s commerce editor. He began writing about tech and gaming in 2013, and migrated from The Verge in 2023.

After releasing on almost every platform released in the past 18 years (including to the Meta Quest 2 in a very good VR port), Capcom has completely re-engineered 2005’s Resident Evil 4 to terrorize more platforms. It’s out now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. Judging by our review, it turned out as good as we had hoped it would, and we have a complete walkthrough of the game in our Resident Evil 4 guides.

If you want to buy the game, we’ve got all of the links and info on the various editions below (sadly, there’s no chainsaw controller this time around). We’ll be adding new deals as the surface.

Best RE4 deal

As usual, PC gamers can get the lowest price. Fanatical and Green Man Gaming are knocking almost $10 off the retail cost of the game. Otherwise, you can pay the full $59.99 price for the game at Steam (via Humble Bundle). Note: All copies can only be redeemed on Steam.

How much does Resident Evil 4 cost on PS5 and Xbox?

Across all platforms, the price for the Resident Evil 4 remake is $59.99. Buying on PlayStation gets you both the PS4 and PS5 version. But bad news for Xbox One owners: The remake of RE4 is only on Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.

Where to buy the Resident Evil 4 deluxe edition

There’s a “deluxe” edition coming to every supported platform priced at $69.99. And yes, it’s cheaper to grab it on PC (purchase links are below). You’ll get a bunch of cosmetic add-ons alongside the game. You’ll also get the Extra DLC pack, containing the following digital items:

  • Leon and Ashley “casual” costumes
  • Leon and Ashley “romantic” costumes
  • Leon “hero” costume and visual filter
  • Leon “villian” costume and visual filter
  • Leon “sporty” sunglasses
  • “Sentinel Nine” weapon
  • “Skull Shaker” weapon
  • Treasure Map expansion
  • “Original version” soundtrack swap

Where to get the Resident Evil 4 collector’s edition

The ultimate bundle for Resident Evil 4 is available only for PlayStation and Xbox, not PC. It’s a whopper of a package, costing $249.99. It contains all of the digital perks listed above, plus some exclusive physical goodies. It comes with a steelbook, a Leon S. Kennedy figurine, an art book, a map, and a collector’s box.

Sadly, stock of the collector’s edition is tough to come by. But when it’s in stock, you’ll be able to get it at the following links (hopefully it comes to more retailers than just GameStop).

Can I buy Leon’s leather bomber jacket?

Wow, that’s an incredibly specific ask, but yes, you can! For the RE4 remake, Capcom built an in-game model of the brown sheepskin leather bomber jacket made by Schott NYC, and it costs a whopping $1,495. Note: Buying it may or may not entangle you in a high-stakes international operation to rescue the US president’s child.

Update (April 10): Included a mention that Polygon offers a complete walkthrough of the game’s chapters. Sadly, there are no discounts yet, but we’re still keeping an eye out for them.

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