By Leo Stevenson
Resident Evil 6 has been officially classified by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), who have confirmed the game will carry an 18+ certificate. Interestingly though, in confirming the rating, the BBFC have revealed that Resident Evil 6 will contain over 4 hours of full motion video footage, with a total running time coming in at a whopping 4 hours and 15 minutes.
Resident Evil 6 is designed so that the cut scenes and gameplay bleed into one another dynamically which was recently revealed in gameplay trailers. Going hands on with the demo available with Dragon’s Dogma also demonstrates the dynamic, however is also fairly heavy on non-interactive separated cut scenes. It remains to be seen whether Resident Evil 6 will have players passively watching events unfold for hours on end or whether the level of interactivity and dynamic gameplay and cut scene shifting has been well implemented.
Resident Evil 6 will launch 2 October 2012 for PS3 and Xbox 360 with a later release scheduled for PC.
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