Today seems to be a day of revelations, because Capcom has announced a bunch of different news related to Resident Evil: Revelations. If you're not familiar with it, Resident Evil: Revelations was originally a 3DS title released back in 2012. It enjoyed an HD release on the Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC in 2013. And finally, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 came out episodically in 2015. Now, it is heading to even more platforms in 2017.
More recently, Resident Evil: Revelations released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but not in the U.S. This August 29, American Resident Evil fans will finally have Revelations on Sony and Microsoft's newest consoles. These will be listed for the tidy sum of $19.99.
If you're not much of a Sony or Microsoft fan, and prefer the Nintendo side of life, there's even better news for you! Resident Evil: Revelations 1 and 2 will be headed to the Nintendo Switch. This will happen sometime in late 2017, but having both games at once will give Nintendo fans a one-up. The duo will release physically as the Resident Evil Revelations Collection. This will include a physical copy of the first game, and a digital download code for the second. The two together will cost $39.99. Nintendo fans can also download the games digitally separately, but they will be $19.99 each.
Source: Nintendo Life, Press Release