The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has today confirmed their official classification for the forthcoming Resident Evil 6, in the process also revealing that the videogame is set to feature more than four hours of cutscenes. Resident Evil 6 is currently in development for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, and will launch worldwide this autumn.
Resident Evil 6 will unsurprisingly sport a BBFC certificate of 18 when it launches, restricting sale of the product to persons under that age. What is more surprising however, is that the videogame will feature more than four hours of full-motion video footage, with a total running time of 04:15:00 according to the BBFC. Resident Evil 6 is designed in a way in which the cutscenes bleed dynamically into the gameplay, which you can see for yourself in some recently revealed gameplay trailers.
Electronic Theatre recently got hands-on with Resident Evil 6, stating; “Resident Evil 6 deserves to be considered one of the potential innovators of 2012.” Electronic Theatre will of course keep you updated with all the latest details on the forthcoming videogame.