For months, a Resident Evil 3 remake has been under discussion and the rumors surrounding the title have spread like wildfire. Every now and then, additional clues appeared that suggested it. Now you even found the first covers for the game.
After the great success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, fans have also wished one from Part 3. Resident Evil: Nemesis has also been around for a long time, but officially nothing has been confirmed so far. Now appeared Gamestat first cover images confirmed by Eurogamer as genuine. Gamestat records new additions to the PlayStation network and recently added Japanese and international listings Version of the Resident Evil 3 remake,
We see Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira, both survivors of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S). The looks of the characters were apparently revised. Of course, Nemesis should not be missed. Capcom has not commented yet, but that can be in the Game Awards on December 13th still change.
Original message from November 26, 2019, 1:08 pm
Resident Evil: Remake of the 3rd part probably in work, 8th part only on the next generation of consoles
After some rumors about a remake to Resident Evil 3, it is now suspected that Resident Evil 8 is also under development. At least EVIL VR claims that on Twitter, where he has already leaked other truthful things.
For months, the rumors to a remake of Resident Evil 3 and even if fans would certainly not mind, sounds a whole new part but also very tempting. According to EVIL VR, who is on Twitter Often has geleaked things, both are already in the development.
As early as January, EVIL VR revealed that the story is directly following the end of Resident Evil 7. Enough material should definitely be present on the basis of the detailed history.
Some games should not be ignored.
Pre-planned for the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett
So far, nothing is officially confirmed, but if EVIL VR is right, we have to wait a while until the game is over. According to him, Resident Evil 8 was designed for the next-gen consoles right from the start, and will appear after the remake of Resident Evil 3. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett are expected in the summer of 2020.
It is planned to use a new version of the Resident Evil engine. This should also be optimized for mobile devices such as iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch. After the success of Resident Evil 2 on the Switch it would come as no surprise, if upcoming parts also appear for multiple platforms.
Whether and what awaits us in the future from the Resident Evil universe, we will probably find out at the Game Awards 2019. The event will take place on December 13, 2019 in Los Angeles. We will keep you up to date with GIGA.