Resident Evil 4 Remake may have been hinted at in a new cryptic post by Nick Apostolides, the actor behind Leon Kennedy in the remake of Resident Evil 2 in 2019. Apostolides shared a photo of him on Twitter this week. Unfortunately, the player doesn’t reveal any additional details but notes that this is for a video game.
Combine this with recent rumors that Resident Evil 4 and Apostolides have been rebuilding an obvious connection to the rumored game, and the result is speculation that this mysterious project is actually the aforementioned reconstruction.
As for the picture, it doesn’t seem to reveal anything remarkable, at least with a glance. The picture shows a fairly standard motion capture rig and a fairly standard motion capture studio.
You can see the photo below:
Of course, we have to keep in mind that this can happen for any video game. Apostolides has also worked with Dontnod Entertainment on multiple projects, so this could be one of the few new games from the developer in development. However, these performances did not include any motion capture work, they were just sound work. Beyond that, the only other game Apostolides has worked on is Resident Evil 2 Remake, but its resume states that it is an upcoming video game that could be a Resident Evil 4 Remake, but it could also be something that has nothing to do with the series. So there is no exact information right now.