Capcom recently made a point of saying that they had remastering of their classic games as a key part of the companies strategy going forward, and as it stands they currently seem to be sticking to this. As of now they have put quite an emphasis on remastering specific Devil May Cry games as well as Resident Evil, and now they have a new game to add to their lists.
Capcom has announced they are bringing Resident Evil Zero HD to many different platforms, these include the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC, and it is set to arrive in early 2016.
The announcement for Resident Evil Zero HD was spotted via Dengeki Online, however no pricing information nor editions or launch information can be found for anywhere besides Japan. We will have to keep an eye out for information regarding localization of the game.
Resident Evil Zero was originally released for the Gamecube back in 2002 as a prequel for the original Resident Evil and was reasonably well received by critics upon release. The game saw a release in 2009 for the Wii under the title Resident Evil Archives, given this it does surprise me that no Wii U release has been considered at all but people can at least look forward to the game on the other platforms.