Capcom has announced that survival horror classics Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil, and Resident Evil 4 are coming to Nintendo Switch next year.

There's not much known about them right now, though presumably they'll be based on the high-definition re-releases that Capcom launched on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One a few years ago as part of the series' 20th anniversary.

Resident Evil and Resident Evil Zero were originally GameCube exclusives (this version of Resi being a full remake, not the PSOne edition) that launched in 2002, while Resi 4 arrived in 2005 and has since been ported to pretty much every platform out there.

Capcom is working on a full remake of Resident Evil 2 for PC and consoles, but has said there's no plans for a Switch version at this point.

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