Capcom has been working quite actively when it comes to releasing past installments to the Resident Evil franchise. Being that Resident Evil has been iconic since its first debut on the original PlayStation, the franchise has spanned out a series of main installments along with several spin-off titles.
Most of these installments have been ported and released onto the latest generations of consoles though there have been a few that has yet to make its way onto the current generation Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
One of those particular titles that are not currently available on the latest generation is Resident Evil: Code Veronica. The video game originally launched back in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast and has since found a release on several other consoles.
Thanks to a report made by Attack of the Fanboy, we’re finding out that a rating for the video game on PlayStation 4 has been spotted on Germany’s USK Board. It’s not an official statement that the video game will be launching on the PlayStation 4, but it wouldn’t come to much of a surprise when Capcom makes an announcement regarding a port.
While the rating has been discovered for the PlayStation 4 platform, the Xbox One version has yet to be mentioned. Likewise, it will be interesting to see if the video game also launches on the PC platform as it has yet to do so since it first came out into the market.
Overall, Resident Evil Code: Veronica follows Claire Redfield as she searches for her brother, Chris Redfield. Through her search, she becomes captured and held in a remote prison island that becomes infected by a viral outbreak.