Capcom officially announced today, at Play Station’s latest state of play. A reshape of Resident Evil 3 for PS4, Xbox One, and Windows. It was the first-ever Japanese developer to reveal the remake’s iconic, horror-survival gameplay with a new painting task. As you can see, it looks like Resident Evil 2 remake this year. Both games are running on the RE Engine, the same in-house Capcom engine. And this is a complete remake, not a remaster, as Resident Evil 2 does. That is to note, Capcom does an excellent job of making this sound like a modern horror-existence game. It also doesn’t make it feel and appear like it crawled out of 1999. Also, Capcom revealed that Project Resistance would launch the game. The new multi-player experience announced earlier this year— on April 3, 2020.
The Horror Game
For those not familiar with this: Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is a 1999 survival horror game by Capcom. Itreleased on the original PlayStation. The third entry in the series is about Resident Evil 2’s events. The story was indeed a spin-off with another character at one point, but it never occurred. But the game did make the equation even more action-focused.
The game did quite well critically and commercially. It sold millions and analyzed clones, which contributed to the Dreamcast, Macintosh, and even Nintendo GameCube ported onto it. Such ports, though, have not been received as well.
The protagonist and incredible survivor of the iconic mansion tragedy, Enter Jill Valentine, proceeds with her nightmare’ reads an official advertisement. “The next horrifying drama from the Resident Evil series blockbuster. This unique adventure reveals more of the nightmarish complot of Umbrella Corporation. It takes you only hours before the Resident Evil 2 events.”