Six years after the viral outbreak that destroyed Racoon City, former police officer Leon S. Kennedy is a federal agent sent to Europe to search for the President's daughter. Unfortunately for him, he stumbles upon a scenario frighteningly similar to what he encountered back in Racoon City.
Did You Know?
During any cutscene in which Leon draws his weapon it will always be the handgun that you start the game with that he draws,even if you've sold it and bought a different one. See more
Beating the game unlocks different costumes for your character to wear throughout the game when playing again. However, sometimes the character's original clothes still show up. See more
[Leon managed to save himself from falling into the pit trap leading to impalement by throwing his grappling hook at the wall
[listening to the macrophone
Hmm... Where's the satisfying sound of one's impalement?
Leon S. Kennedy
[holding the grappling hook's rope and aiming his handgun
Won't fall for this old trick.
[Leon shoots at the bell
[heard the bell ring loudly in his ears
Ehh! How dare you! No more games!
[to his subordinates
Kill him! KILL!
During the end credits, slides are shown of the village in a happier time, followed by what happened when Las Plagas were introduced. See more
Ported onto the PS2, in addition to a reduction in lighting and detail, the polygon count was toned down. Also, all of the cutscenes in the PS2 version are FMVs (meaning, they are pre-rendered and therefore don't take into account any recent changes made to the characters or areas, such as costume changes, blown up barrels and doors with bullet holes). On the plus side, there's an extra mini game called "Separate Ways", which is a five-chapter storyline that follows Ada's actions during the main game and also addresses some unanswered questions such as what happened to Leon's jacket and how Ashley met Ada. See more