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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Resident Evil: Resistance Adds New Masterminds Alex Wesker and Ozwell Spencer

Two new masterminds, Alex Wesker and Ozwell E. Spencer are revealed to be added in Resident Evil: Resistance.

Though many players thought Resident Evil: Resistance to be a standalone title at start, it was revealed by developer/publisher Capcom as a replacement for Mercenaries mode of upcoming survival horror game Resident Evil 3 Remake.

Still months away from release, two new Masterminds are being added to its 1v4 asymmetric online survival horror experience lately. Joining Annette Birkin and Daniel Fabron are returning characters Alex Wesker and Ozwell Spencer.

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Resident Evil: Resistance Adds New Masterminds Alex Wesker and Ozwell Spencer

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Alex Wesker
Series fans can recognize Alex Wesker from Resident Evil: Revelations 2, who served as its main antagonist. Despite sharing last name with infamous Albert Wesker, these two has less in common and different ways of achieving goals.

Rather than approaching things directly, she would lay out plans for things to go as planned in the end. Often times, she would catch survivors off-guard by putting roadblocks on their way and then enhance nearby zombies.

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Alex is a bit sadistic and likes to play with her prey by subjecting them to horrible experiments and psychological horrors. Therefore, she fits perfectly in role of a cunning Mastermind and her trump card is carnivorous plant Yateveo.

Yateveo is a deadly bio-weapon that takes slight inspiration from other plant-based enemies from Resident Evil series like Ivy and Plant 42. Though its position is fixed at one place, it can still cause great harm and thwart your objectives.

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Plant-Based Monster Yateveo

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Ozwell Spencer
Umbrella Corporation was founded by Ozwell Spencer to fulfill his insidious dream of achieving immortality. Since he has always remained behind shadows throughout entire RE series, it is very fitting for him to become a Mastermind.

Before his appearance in Resident Evil 5, players have never seen him and his presence was very brief. Upon discovering of recent reports by Alex on a virus mutation, Ozwell has taken a more direct approach with his experiments.

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Unlike Annette Birkin or Daniel Fabron, Spencer cannot summon mutated G-Birkin or mighty Tyrant Mr. X and even though he will not be controlling a bio-weapon to halt his subjects, his use of Disintegration Field will be severely damaging.

Its cooldown period is relatively shorter than other powerful bio-weapons and all of his creatures will still remain unaffected. Any plans laid out to delay survivors in escaping by father of Umbrella are designed to slowly wear them off.

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Whereas Alex's playstyle will be largely focused on setting traps to try and stop any survivors from escaping her grasp, Ozwell would rely more on his company tech to slowly trap everyone and redirect them into his grand scheme.

Although settings and survivors of Project Resistance are from around Raccoon City, Capcom has confirmed its premise to be non-canon, which gave dev team freedom of bringing any series character back into play as a Mastermind.

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Abandoned Casino Map

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Brand-new maps include an abandoned casino that is simply titled Casino and Abandoned Park nearing outskirts of town. During initial wave of an outbreak, these locations were quickly abandoned and swarmed with monsters.

Resident Evil: Resistance will let you play as one of these evil Masterminds or young survivors when it arrives on April 3, 2020 for Resident Evil 3 Remake for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms to serve as multiplayer component.

Friday, February 7, 2020

Resident Evil TV Series Leaked by Netflix

Plot details for upcoming Resident Evil show was posted and removed from Netflix press-only site earlier.

Ever since report of a Resident Evil TV series arriving on popular online streaming platform Netflix was published by Deadline, fans have been clamoring for more details and a series of related new leaks have started to roll recently.

Earlier, a plot synopsis for upcoming series adaptation of Capcom's iconic survival horror franchise was uploaded to press-only site of Netflix ahead of time that has been deleted afterwards but was retrieved from internet archives.

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Resident Evil TV Series Leaked by Netflix

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A snapshot shared by Twitter user @RE_Wiki reveals primary plot outline of esteemed series from WaybackMachine. Netflix has uploaded these first details of Resident Evil show on their site shortly before removing it entirely.

Perhaps, they are not yet ready to make an official announcement and a previous report says that its pre-production will begin in April 2020. Considering that, a confirmation of some sort may come out much sooner than later.

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Tweet from @RE_Wiki reveals an outline for Resident Evil Netflix series involving Umbrella Corporation.


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Resident Evil series for Netflix will probably go exploring an origin for Umbrella's creation of deadly T-Virus. Although set 26 years after Raccoon City incident, Greenwood Asylum and town of Clearfield may hold some connection to thatcase.

Since Umbrella has gotten Washington, D.C. involved into their shady business, things are likely to get intense, maybe even political. Perhaps a modern-day occurrence will trigger events that will lead back to some deep dark secret.

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After their previous affiliation on Resident Evil movie franchise, production company Constantin Films has teamed-up with Netflix for apparent TV adaptation and they have no plans to make any canonical connection between these two.

Resident Evil Netflix series will reportedly premiere on spring 2021 but there is still no confirmation of its cast members. At this point, a solid confirmation on plot summery and more details from official sources is much required.

Monday, February 3, 2020

Resident Evil Netflix TV Series to Begin Production in June

According to latest reports, Resident Evil Netflix series adaptation will be starting production this June.

Back in 2019, Deadline reported of a brand-new Resident Evil TV series adaptation being in development for online streaming mogul Netflix, in association with the German distribution and production company Constantin Films.

After years of rumor and speculations, a project is finally going forward this year by starting pre-production in April and then begins filming in June through October for a possible 2021 world premiere, according to reports.

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Resident Evil Netflix TV Series to Begin Production in June

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A fan site named Redanian Intelligence that previously revealed information on Netflix's The Witcher show before it arrived and afterwards, has discovered a production entry for Resident Evil series as well as some key details.

Apparently, Netflix is planning for eight episode season and each of them are 60-minutes in length. This structure has become a set standard for many of their popular original shows these days and people seem to have no problem with it.

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Contrary to live-action films being shot in Canada and Mexico, production will be set in South Africa for most part. After a few months of post-production, a spring 2021 release is likely to happen if there is no need for re-shoots.

Constantin Films has previously backed RE movie franchise but they have no plans to canonically connect film adaptation to upcoming series other than basic plot concepts of nefarious Umbrella Corporation and their illegal operations.

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Another report claimed that impending show will feature and focus around daughters of renowned series antagonist Albert Wesker. However, currently there is no official announcement to confirm that claim to be true.

Original report that came out last year stated that Resident Evil Netflix series will try to put together all signature aspects of survival horror, many iconic action sequences and even Easter Eggs to appeal to legion of hardcore-fans.

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Resident Evil Reportedly Redesigned Chris Redfield Again

According to leaks, Capcom has changed appearance of series protagonist Chris Redfield once again for new game.

While majority of Resident Evil survival horror franchise fans are currently waiting to get their hands on Resident Evil 3 Remake just in a few months, rumors on a new installment from developer/publisher Capcom is still flying around.

After breaking a major revelation on Resident Evil 8 and some of its enemy details earlier, reputed leaker AestheticGamer has recently claimed that protagonist Chris Redfield is going through another redesign for next series title.

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Resident Evil Reportedly Redesigned Chris Redfield Again

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In a recent discussion on social media regarding alleged change of concept for Resident Evil 8 and werewolves, he has affirmed that Chris has been redesigned again and his new look will be revealed in a new release before that title.

Capcom has invited RE Ambassadors within U.S. region last year to test a brand-new untitled Resident Evil game that many initially thought to be Project Resistance but then it turned out to be a multiplayer mode for RE3 Remake.

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During his ongoing conversation, AestheticGamer admits of Chris being redesigned for next RE entry in works.


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There is a chance that Chris would show up in that untitled project that is not RE8 and has a rumored release window on 2021. Whatever they end up doing, this will not be the first time for this former S.T.A.R.S. member to get a new look.

Capcom changed appearance of original Resident Evil protagonist Chris Redfield after first RE game for Code: Veronica. Then he became a boulder punching buff guy in Resident Evil 5; a look that is also adapted for franchise animated films.

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Following his stint on Resident Evil 6, he was changed into a normal-sized human when he showed up in Not a Hero DLC of Resident Evil 7. A full character model for this version was also found lately in codes of Resident Evil 2 Remake.

Seeing how many times he has gone through revamp over all these years, it is not unlikely for Capcom to do it again because a lot of things can happen during development to change course and even totally scrap design concepts of a character.

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Though these stories are not much believable in most cases, they are hard to ignore when they are from reliable sources. This leaker in question is no random one and has a history of accurately predicting major Resident Evil leaks in past.

Regardless of next series release to be a sequel for RE7: Biohazard or a spin-off game, fans can only be confirmed after an official reveal. Some even says that Capcom may end up announcing a new RE game at PlayStation 5 reveal in February.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Resident Evil 8 Leaked Enemy Details

Recent leaked details reveal possible characters, gameplay and monsters we can expect in Resident Evil 8.

Shortly after 2017 release of Resident Evil 7, rumor starts flying that developer/publisher Capcom is already on board for their next entry of their popular survival horror series Resident Evil, which they neither denied nor confirmed.

Afterwards, fans were mostly busy hyping for remake of classic games and were less worried about Resident Evil 8. However, some most recent leaks have people talking once again regarding possible future direction of RE franchise.

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Resident Evil 8 Leaked Enemy Details

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Newest details uncovered by Biohazard Declassified from leaker @AsetheticGamer1 via an email primarily claims that RE8 has been under development since 2016 but then Capcom had it scrapped nearly seven months ago to start over.

Reason for this apparent action was not explained nor is this claim confirmed by an official source yet though. This also debunks a current rumor of Capcom planning to announce next RE game at launch event for PlayStation 5.

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Sources states that RE7 protagonist Ethan Winters will be returning as a playable character for next chapter and will be played in first-person, which are pretty common for a follow-up sequel to carry on key-traits of its predecessor title.

Playing through a certain perspective can cause a swirl among series fans considering some really appreciated first-person viewpoint of Resident Evil 7, whereas many fans would prefer to enjoy an over-the-shoulder camera angle.

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Ethan Winters Will Return

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Instead of naming it Resident Evil 8, Capcom will put a "clever title" and that really doesn't make much sense at all. Not clear if fungus-like humanoid enemies Molded will be replaced but classic zombies are making a comeback.

Players will start from a small village, which will lead up to a castle and we had something similar like that in Resident Evil 4. This rural location will likely be covered in snow and will have a mountainous surrounding, may be from Europe.

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Apparently, players will be hounded by a shadowy "female" enemy but will disappear if you shot at them. This sounds a lot like a variant of Eveline but she would only show up near you at times and only vanish when you look away.

Previously, another industry leaker known as EVIL VR has claimed that RE8 will explore origin of Eveline in an abandoned island. They were supposedly too brink back Hook Man from Resident Evil 3.5 and concept of hallucinations.

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This leak also mentions of wolf-like creatures to attack player character at certain areas and they may serve as Cerberus-like enemies. Capcom simply could bring a pack of large wolves, instead of introducing any werewolf-like beings.

Lastly, fan-favorite monster hunter Chris Redfield would make an appearance at some point. Whether that is to punch boulder or to hunt down enemies in a story expansion is still not clear but there is a high probability for the latter.

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AestheticGamer adds that following release of Resident Evil 3 Remake, developers are not planning any remakes anytime soon. After scrapping their previous work, everyone is probably going back to concept board to start from scratch.

With all that crazy rumors flying around, Resident Evil 8 has never been officially announced being in development by Capcom so far. It appears that they are currently attempting to reboot Dino Crisis franchise after two decades.

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Resident Evil and Coronavirus Outbreak Has Creepy Connection

Twitter user finds unsettling connection between Resident Evil universe and Coronavirus outbreak in China.

Not too long after real-life World War III was averted lately, entire world is now talking about a deadly outbreak of Coronavirus, which has originated in China and now is reportedly affecting other places around the world as well.

Due to worldwide media attention, real-time strategy simulation game Plague Inc. is seeing a sudden sales spike. However, some really uncanny connection is recently discovered between Coronavirus and Resident Evil game franchise.

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Resident Evil and Coronavirus Outbreak Has Creepy Connection

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Main plot premise for this popular survival horror game series by developer/publisher Capcom is largely focused on viral outbreaks. Initially an epidemic breaks out at fictional Midwestern small town Raccoon City before going global.

Posing as a pharmaceutical company, Umbrella Corporation tries developing deadly viruses to create bio-weapons for military purposes. Their cover was blown following t-Virus incident that led to destruction of entire city and its population.

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Apparently, a biological research lab in Wuhan, China has a logo that is exactly a duplicate for Umbrella Corporation logo, only color-swapped. According to latest reports, Wuhan is currently declared quarantined by Chinese government.

It is a bizarre correlation between Resident Evil universe and a real-world bio-research company located in Wuhan bearing a logo identical to Umbrella Corp. that was responsible for a zombie outbreak caused by accidental experiments.

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Twitter user Undoomed has pointed out a number of weird links among Coronavirus outbreak and Resident Evil.


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Undoomed has also noted out another point that "corona" is actually "racoon" spelled back, which is a wrong spelling and sort of a stretch. This tie is still not as obvious and on the nose like similar looking logos of two companies.

Why RSLW copied Umbrella Corporation logo by swapping green and white instead of red and white is still unexplained. It may very well be just a very odd co-incident but then again, were they not really aware of a fictional parallel?

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Another prominent point here is that, 2012 release of Resident Evil 6 follows a storyline of C-virus outbreak on local populace of Lanshiang, China caused by Neo-Umbrella that fan-favorite series protagonists desperately tries to avert.

Would it be a far-fetched idea thinking that Capcom had some conspiracy theorist on board creating backstory of Resident Evil that are coming true? And if those predictions were right, then we are most certainly doomed for good.

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Resident Evil 2 Remake Celebrates First Anniversary

Capcom is celebrating first anniversary for Resident Evil 2 Remake by sharing key-moments of game development.

Only a year ago, survival horror genre got its long-due remake of an original PlayStation classic title Resident Evil 2 by Japanese developer/publisher Capcom on all major platforms with amazing reception after years of fan pledging.

A zombie-ridden Raccoon City was built from ground up for protagonists Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield to step in. Familiar menacing faces like Mr. X. and a mutated William Birkin made their most-anticipated return as well.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Celebrates First Anniversary

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Now these days, almost every other fan-favorite game is being remade and we are even getting a Resident Evil 3 Remake in months but RE2 will always be one of the finest examples of how a studio should approach things for such projects.

From official announcement by Capcom to its first trailer reveal on E3 2018, enthusiasm for this 1998 classic from fans has been immense. Going back to a redesigned RPD Police Station was a major trip to nostalgia lane for many players.

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On one year anniversary of the game, art director Satoshi Takamatsu, composer Shusaku Uchiyama, director Kazunori Kadoi and producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi sat together recalling memorable moments from development.

Always been hearing from players of a remake, entire dev team struggled to figure out where to begin groundwork for reinventing an all-time classic like Resident Evil 2 and that time finally came a few years later when they were ready.

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Survival Horror Resurrected

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It even took some time for Capcom to come up with their "We Do It" announcement back in August 2015 as soon as they got this project greenlit because of their excitement and a relevantly small team begins development immediately.

As soon as they had their eyes on initial visuals of how gameplay will work with a shooting test on zombies and how their limbs can be taken off with precise gunshots, director Kazunori knew that this new design is special and would work.

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A Greenhorn Rookie

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Since a legion of players worldwide has already been devotees of original RE2, their biggest challenge in working was to stay true to its fundamental aspects while keeping things fresh and not to fail short on people's general expectation.

Art director Satoshi Takamatsu looks back at redesigning iconic characters as rookie cop Leon S. Kennedy, who made his series debut. His look, police outfit and other accessories are touched up, leaving shoulder pads behind this time.

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Redone From Scratch

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In case for college student Claire Redfield, slight changes are introduced to her original design to keep them modern yet realistic. Her love for bikes earned her a Harley-Davidson FXSTB Night Train and a redesigned red biker jacket.

Another prominent debutant mercenary Ada Wong posing as fake FBI agent has gone through more than a few rendition of her attire before settling on trench coat and dark glasses before taking six months to finalize her face model.

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New Look of Ada Wong

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Rather than being a cute little girl, Sherry Birkin got a bit of depth in her character than just a design upgrade. Same thing goes for her parents, Annette and William Birkin, who were former researchers for Umbrella Corporation.

From his entry scene to general design, the T-00 model Tyrant known as Mr. X has received his most striking form ever. His nigh-invulnerable nature in RE2 Remake and heavy footsteps has been reasons for players to be scared of him most.

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Iconic Monsters Return

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Composer Shusaku found his challenge in creating new score and sound design that would be a worthy improvement over original. Going back to the vibe of two decades back was not easy though but it was a memorable experience for them.

Director Kazunori admits not expecting to see an overwhelmingly positive response on E3 booth following official reveal, despite being just a remake of an old game and believes this is what has kept them on their toes to make RE2 great.

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Producer Yoshiaki remembers throwing a big party once Resident Evil 2 has gone gold and noticing each team members having an expression of an achievement that has finally lead them to that point of completion after so long.

All the hard work from every member of Capcom development team has paid off when Resident Evil 2 Remake received critical-acclaim from both critics and fans, selling over 4.7 million copies within a month as well.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Resident Evil 3 Remake Nemesis Trailer

Capcom releases new trailer for Resident Evil 3 Remake focused on Nemesis, Umbrella soldiers and more.

Following immense success of Resident Evil 2 Remake from last year, developer/publisher Capcom came out announcing its sequel survival horror game Resident Evil 3 Remake on April 3, 2020 for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Players who are still being haunted by a menacing Tyrant bioweapon named Mr. X will have a new enemy to deal with. After showing brief silhouettes in past trailer, a new footage is released focusing on RE3 antagonist Nemesis.

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Resident Evil 3 Remake Nemesis Trailer

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Nemesis trailer showcase a relentless pursuer running amok in Raccoon City for any surviving S.T.A.R.S members.




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Only over a minute long, the trailer shifts first-person perspective of announcement footage to a third-person view where former S.T.A.R.S. officer Jill Valentine is shown to have been struggling to get out of her pursuer's way.

She made it out of a flaming apartment and their confrontation hits streets of the city where Nemesis hurls her onto a car using his tentacles but help comes her way soon in form of a surviving U.B.C.S. member Carlos Oliveira.

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Brotherhood of U.B.C.S.

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He and his fellow mercenary Tyrell Patrick is seen to head for Raccoon City Police Department, before or after Leon S. Kennedy made his rounds. Jill later meets with rest of his friends like Mikhail Victor and others inside a cable car.

Sergeant Nikolai Zinoviev thinks Jill is a liability and then she ran off to distract her approaching adversary from them. Gameplay moments of shooting down zombies and what is likely seem to be Hunter creatures are showed in between story bits.

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Return of Hunters

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Though Nemesis is designed using model of Mr. X, he is much more strong and intelligent due to an improved AI used by Capcom. In past, he only used to carry a rocket launcher but now he has a huge flamethrower mounted on his back.

His persuade of Jill is more intense than it was in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis since most of his interaction is not scripted. There will be more fateful encounters with this monstrosity and he is well equipped to do much more damage than before.

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Chasing of S.T.A.R.S.

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This cat-and-mouse game eventually comes to an end when her chaser comes in front of her car and they both crash. Future trailer launching ahead of RE3 release would likely to feature further mutation of this enraged beast.

Players will have to wait only a few months until they can get their hands on Resident Evil 3 Remake on all major platforms and step into a reimagined Raccoon City for an exciting journey of survival amidst an iconic outbreak from 1999.