Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil 4 Remake has reportedly been leaked ahead of its release date. As highlighted by well-known Capcom enthusiast and Twitter user DuskGolem, the game is now "100% in the wild" and people are already playing it.
If you're worried at all about the whole experience being revealed ahead of time (even if it is a remake), you might want to tread carefully on social media and video websites like YouTube.
Dusk Golem via Twitter: "Just as a heads-up, Resident Evil 4 Remake is 100% in the wild, seen some clips people notified me about in a few places. Won't share them, but if want to avoid spoilers now's the time to start treading carefully."
In a follow-up tweet, Dusk Golem claims Capcom has hidden "a lot" of the RE4 Remake ahead of its release, so there are still potential spoilers in terms of gameplay:
"They're hiding a lot of surprises. If all you've seen is the marketing, there is a lot you don't know. The marketing has done a good job to get people excited without actually spoiling a lot."
Our colleagues at Push Square, who are also reporting retailers breaking the remake's street date, mention how the spoilers extend to "character designs, encounters, and much, much more". So again, if you want to go into this experience fresh, be careful when browsing online.
This development follows on from Capcom's Spotlight showcase earlier this week, along with the company making a Resident Evil 4 Remake demo available. We've already gone hands-on with this small portion of the game ourselves and it's certainly left us intrigued.