RE: Operation Raccoon City landing on PC May 18, Brutality trailer released

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 24 February 2012 16:14 GMT

Capcom has announced the PC version of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City will be releasing on May 18. The firm has also released a new Brutality trailer, showing off all the wonderfully sadistic things you can do to zombies in the game such as shoving grenades in their mouth, setting them on on fire and kicking them in the head. Operation Raccoon City launches in North America on March 20 and in Europe on March 23 for PS3 and Xbox 360.

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Operation Raccoon City

  • Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City released for PC

    Capcom has announced Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is now available for PC in North America and Europe and it supports NVIDIA 3D Vision for those who have it. The PC version contains the same content available in the console version, and will run you around $49.99, depending on the retailer.

  • Operation Raccoon City moved through 80% of debut shipment in Japan

    Media Create has reported Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City moved through 80% of its debut shipment in Japan last week. The title sold 252,525 copies on PS3 and 16,285 copies on Xbox 360. Broken down by percentages, 85.48% of shipment was on PS3 and 83.41% on Xbox 360. Thanks, Siliconera.

RE: Operation Raccoon City

  • RE: Operation Raccoon City launches in US, reviews hit

    Capcom has released Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City in the US on PS3 and Xbox 360, and reviews for the latest entry in the franchise have started going live, with Joystiq the first out of the gate.

  • AR companion app released for RE: Operation Raccoon City

    Capcom has released its companion app for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, which is an augmented reality game allowing you to shoot zombies in real-world setting such as the DMV, while using public transportation systems, and even while being bored to death in the conference room.

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