Earlier this month, Capcom committed to hosting another Resident Evil demonstration, giving us our first glimpse at gameplay before the game's official release on March 24, 2019. In it, we witness Leon Kennedy adventuring through the woods, where he eventually comes across a cabin that appears to have been abandoned. After that, he runs into a foe in the basement, and shortly after that; he is tossed out of a window. \n \nIn a scene reminiscent of the opening minutes of the original game, a group of peasants attacks Leon in a village, and we receive additional gameplay, this time with a greater emphasis on action. We witness Leon fighting off several insane villagers with a variety of firearms and melee finishes before he is attacked by a man wielding a chainsaw while wearing a sack on his head. Leon responds by blocking the attack with a revolver. It is a reasonable assumption. \n \nAs the demo progresses, it becomes clear that the villagers (Ganados) will be able to employ a wider variety of attacks than they did in the first game. We see them slashing at Leon with knives, grasping him from behind, and coming at him with pitchforks. In a similar vein, Leon now has a few additional skills at his disposal; in addition to his reliable pistols and flexible kicks, he can also parry with his knife and switch weapons on the fly. This is in addition to the fact that he always possessed these abilities. \n \nThe Atache Case is another known aspect that will be returning for the remake. In this mode, players must strategically place their supplies and weapons to get the most out of the Atache Case. Gamers of the original Resident Evil 4 will be thrilled to learn that The Stranger will also be a playable character in the reimagined version of the game and that he will serve as a vendor from whom you can buy things and weapons. Additionally, players will get the opportunity to barter rare gems with The Stranger in exchange for unique items that Leon can use in his upcoming conflict.