Capcom has announced that they are developing Resident Evil 4 for the PS2 in addition to the already announced Gamecube version ending the series’ reign as a Nintendo exclusive. Fans of the series know it got its start on the PSOne, but Nintendo paid out a hefty sum to bring the Resident Evil series to the Gamecube exclusively in hopes of driving sales of their new hardware back when it was released. Since then there have been only two Resident Evil titles released for the PS2: Code Veronica, a lackluster port of the one RE released for the Dreamcast, and Resident Evil Outbreak, a flawed attempt to make an RE multiplayer game. RE4 for the Gamecube had PS2 owners wishing it would return to their platform as not only does it look great, but it addresses a number of the problems that have plagued all previous RE titles in the form of stiff controls and crappy camera angles. Now it looks like Capcom is going to grant their wishes as RE4 should hit the PS2 sometime late next year.