New Resident Evil 2 Remake Fixed Camera Mod Adds A Nostalgic Twist To The Game

Enjoy the game at fixed camera angles like the original 1998 experience.

Story Highlights

  • A new mod created by AlphaZomega finally adds fixed camera angles to the Resident Evil 2 remake. 
  • The mod brings the game much closer to the original entry, adding a pinch of nostalgia to the remake.
  • You can grab it for free on the Nexus Mods page using the step-by-step guide created by the author.

A new Resident Evil 2 remake mod adds fixed camera angles to make it resemble the original 1998 release. Created by AlphaZomega on Nexus Mods, it adds a new feel and a dose of nostalgia to the critically acclaimed remake. Options to auto-aim weapons and add laser sights to all the guns are also available to make gameplay smoother. YouTuber Residence of Evil has taken a deep look into the mod and tested it in a new video.

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The creator has provided detailed options to customize the mod in many ways, so tweaking the settings will be quite easy. You can also make cameras turn and follow your movements. There is a camera editor for those who want to tweak it further to their liking. Additionally, expect various movement options and visual changes. 

A Fixed Camera Was The Only Missing Ingredient In Resident Evil 2 Remake

The new mod brings a much-needed addition to the Resident Evil 2 remake. Despite the excellent gameplay of the remake, the contrast was palpable from the 1998 release in my opinion. But the mod completely changes that by adding the fixed nostalgic camera perspective. It also injects a new approach to the game’s exploration. You need to keep your eyes peeled while walking into a new angle to ensure nothing goes unnoticed.

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You can grab the free mod and everything related to it on the official Nexus Mods page. Although, make sure to follow the step-by-step installation guide mentioned in the description before hogging it.

Resident Evil 2 remake came out on January 25, 2019, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The survival horror entry also eventually dropped on the current-gen consoles and Nintendo Switch.  

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