In Biohazard Revelations Unveiled Edition, Infernal mode doesn’t just up the difficulty. It changes the enemies location, adds in a couple more of them at you for you to handle, and changes item positions. In the trailer you can watch Jill get her having a hard time as she tries to battle her way out, while comparing it to the Normal Mode. A new enemy, the Wall Blister, a mutation created from the water-borne T-Abyss virus, is also introduced. This is probably one of those modes that actually adds replay value to the experience.
This series bridges the gap between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, unveiling a new adventures for Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield. Based on Chris Redfield’s last known GPS coordinates, Jill and her new partner, Parker Luciani gets involved in a search mission to look for him. They get sent on board a supposedly abandoned cruise ship in the Mediterranean which was far from being empty. The ship hides danger around every corner as Jill and Parker explores the confined space of the ship and faces a menacing new horror that emerges.
Biohazard Revelations Unveiled Edition is set for release on May 21 in North America, May 23 in Japan and May 24 in Europe for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC.