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The original Resident Evil may appear on modern platforms

Capcom appears to be preparing to release the original Resident Evil on modern platforms. This became known after the game in the PC version appeared on the website of the European rating organization PEGI. This indicates that the game will soon appear on digital stores such as Steam.

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Currently, players on modern PCs only have access to the re-release of the Resident Evil remake, released in 2015. The original version of the game is not available for purchase on these platforms.

On PlayStation consoles, access to the classic Resident Evil is only available to subscribers of premium PS Plus plans. The game is not sold separately on the PS Store, which limits its availability to a wide audience.

Fans hope that along with the first Resident Evil, the Japanese developers will also make the classic Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 available on modern platforms. These games, released in 1998 and 1999 respectively, remain popular and beloved among fans of the series.

The potential release of the original Resident Evil on modern platforms could be great news for gamers looking to experience the classic gaming experience on new devices. It is not yet clear when exactly the game will be available for purchase, but the appearance of information on the PEGI website suggests that this may happen in the near future.

Capcom has not yet officially confirmed the release of the original Resident Evil on modern platforms, but fans' expectations and hopes are high. If this happens, players will be able to once again experience the zombie apocalypse and horror that made Resident Evil a cult survival horror game.