Continuing the trend of Capcom re-releasing older Resident Evil titles, the company announced today that Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 will all be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016.

They are not, however, bundled together. Each title will be sold separately and in reverse-order, starting with Resident Evil 6 on March 29. Next will come Resident Evil 5 in the summer, to be followed by Resident Evil 4 in the fall.

Each game will retail digitally for $19.99, though Capcom says a physical disc version will release in the Americas as well. Capcom hasn't said whether or not each entry will receive a disc version or if it will be bundling the three games together, much like it did for the recently-released Resident Evil Origins collection. Resident Evil 6 will include all post-launch DLC for the game, including all available character costumes. Both Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 5 feature online co-op.

This will be the first re-release for Resident Evil 5 and 6, but just the most recent example of Resident Evil 4 getting a re-release. Since the game originally debuted on the Nintendo Gamecube back in 2005, the fan favorite title has been ported to the PlayStation 2, Wii, PC, Wii U, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Considering Resident Evil 4 is one of the more popular entries in the franchise, credited with moving the series more toward action than survival horror, it's no surprise that it has seen so many releases over the years.

Capcom has confirmed that it is working on a Resident Evil 2 remake as well. With all these remakes and the arrival of the three most recent entries on current hardware, it seems more than likely that Capcom is prepping to reveal Resident Evil 7 to the world in the near future. The game, when it does arrive, will have a lot to prove. Fans and critics didn't respond favorably to the action-heavy Resident Evil 6, so perhaps Capcom will have learned from its past mistakes and deliver an experience more along the lines of what fans expect.

You can watch a trailer for the three games below.

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