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Resident Evil 3 remake will arrive next spring

Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake now has a release date, and more.

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Resident Evil 3 Remake

Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake now has a release date, and more.

Last week, leaked cover art gave us our first look at Capcom’s heavily rumoured Resident Evil 3 remake. Today, at State of Play, Capcom officially revealed the game, with a closer look at Carlos Oliveira’s hair in all its HD glory. And, an April 3, 2020 release date.

The trailer shows Jill encountering the Nemesis, veiled in shadows, and gives us a cinematic look at Jill’s very bad night in Raccoon City. It will still be a little while before we know exactly what to expect from this game: while the trailer briefly shows off third-person shooting, there’s a lengthy section from Jill’s first-person perspective. We’ll have to wait to see how much RE7 this thing has in its veins.

Resident Evil 3 Remake

During State of Play, Capcom also revealed that Resident Evil Resistance. This asymmetrical multiplayer game, previously known as Project Resistance, is the multiplayer portion of Resident Evil 3. They’ll come packaged together when the game releases on PS4, Xbox One and Steam next spring.


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