Resident Evil 4 Remake is reportedly being developed by M-Two, a new Osaka-based studio formed by Tatsuya Minami, the former PlatinumGames head.
According to a VGC report, Resident Evil 4 Remake is in development, and the development is led by M-Two studio. As understood by VGC, the remake has been approved by Shinji Mikami, the original game director, who is said to have refused to lead the project himself but has given some advice on what direction it should take.
Also, in an update, VGC reported that the development team for Resident Evil 4 Remake will be bigger than those behind the franchise’s previous 2 remakes and that Capcom’s internal Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 teams may help with the development. It is said that the game has entered full production and that it’s planned to be released in 2022.
There is no official confirmation by Capcom for now.