Resident Evil 3, Project Resistance, Resident Evil 2

Resident Evil 3 Remake Revealed, Launching with Project Resistance

The Resident Evil 3 remake has finally been officially unveiled. After a few reports and one major leak, Capcom finally revealed the title that will follow 2019’s well-received Resident Evil 2 remake during Sony’s December State of Play presentation. Better yet, purchasing the game will also net you the previously revealed 4v1 asymmetrical multiplayer title, Resident Evil Resistance.

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Check out the game’s first footage down below.

Like the Resident Evil 2 remake that came before it, the third installment in the Resident Evil franchise is taking advantage of the widely praised RE Engine to give the original 1999 game a little more than just a new coat of paint. The trailer above doesn’t show off too much other than a quick glimpse at Nemesis in motion and updated graphics for classic characters, but we likely won’t have to wait too much longer considering release is only a little less than four months away.

Now simply titled Resident Evil: Resistance, the multiplayer game revealed last month seems to be more of an additional multiplayer mode that coincides with Resident Evil 3. Though it’s a shame the remake was spoiled for many, at least this new multiplayer component comes as its own nice surprise.

For more details (and a short gameplay clip from the new remake at 1:30), check out the developer message below.

The Resident Evil 3 remake launches on April 3, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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