Resident Evil 2 remake was released last year, and it was a massive hit, and in terms of sales it surpassed the original version, which was released in 1998 – Capcom decided, to move forward after the success last year to develop the sequel, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake.
This latest game will be massively overhauled version of the original game. Capcom showed a lot of changes in the camera and combat system of the Resident Evil 2 remake and also the RE engine helped to render everything in lifelike detail. The expectation is that Capcom has few tricks up its sleeve for this game, which will take this game to new heights.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake – Release Date
Resident Evil 3 is coming out on April 3, 2020, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It was first announced during a State of Play presentation in December of 2019.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake – Story
Story is actually a prequel to Resident Evil 2 Remake and is set during the Raccoon City disaster, and the game revolves around Jill Valentine, one of the last few remaining members of S.T.A.R.S. It is a specialised branch of the Raccoon City Police Department which is working to make the secrets of Umbrella corporation known because actions of Umbrella are responsible for the destruction of the city and also possible extinction of mankind.
The enemy in this game will be Nemesis. Mr. X was probably one of the most popular in the Resident Evil 2 remake, and there might be few surprises with Nemesis too. The Nemesis is a T-Type creature and is essentially, even more, deadlier than Mr. X and will have the ability to pursue Jill throughout the game. According to the information shared about Nemesis, Nemesis will have “more ways than Tyrant from Resident Evil 2 to track down his target Jill Valentine.”
Producer Masachika Kawata said about the game: ”If you compare Resident Evil 3 to the second installment, it leans more toward action. So we remade everything based on that premise.”
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake – Resistance
It was a huge surprise when it was announced during PlayStation State of Play presentation in December 2019, the game doesn’t only has a single-player but also will come with a 1v4 asymmetrical multiplayer game which is called has Resident Evil: Resistance.
Resident Evil: Resistance can be defined as “an asymmetrical battle between 4 survivors and 1 mastermind,” where the mastermind can control different creatures and set traps, and the 4 survivors must work together to survive. Gamers will be able to recognise the creatures from other Resident Evil games, including the “Licker” enemies.
The survivors will not have to defeat all the enemies to win the game but only will need to escape to make sure that they are the winners. All survivors will have unique skills that gamers will need to use to survive, so gamers will have to choose carefully, keeping in mind, which skills they can use in the best way possible.