5 things we learned from the Resident Evil 3 trailer


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Capcom surprised us all when dropping the reveal trailer for the Resident Evil 3 remake. Fans of the survival horror series will be delighted to revisit the 1999 classic but terrified at the idea of having to deal with the Nemesis once again.

Capcom are looking for this to be more of a remix than the Resident Evil 2 remake. Story elements may be tweaked and characters changed slightly. How will that play out? We’ve had a close look at the trailer to see what we could learn.

Capcom surprised us all when dropping the reveal trailer for the Resident Evil 3 remake. Fans of the survival horror series will be delighted to revisit the 1999 classic but terrified at the idea of having to deal with the Nemesis once again.

Capcom are looking for this to be more of a remix than the Resident Evil 2 remake. Story elements may be tweaked and characters changed slightly. How will that play out? We’ve had a close look at the trailer to see what we could learn.

It’s still a prequel and a sequel

One thing that won’t be changing in the Resident Evil 3 remake is the timescale. The original game was set slightly before the events in Resident Evil 2 and continued on after to tie up the whole story of the outbreak in Raccoon City.

The footage shown in the trailer confirms that this will be the case in the remake. We’ll be following Jill Valentine as she tries to escape from the bioweapon known as Nemesis that’s trying to hunt her down. It should make for a more action-oriented sequel than the horror-focused Resident Evil 2.

Minor characters play a bigger role

Jill talks to lots of minor characters in the trailer which suggests they’ll be more integral to the plot. Many of them are part of the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (UBCS), a military force trying to contain the zombie virus after being partly responsible for its outbreak. The main one is Carlos, who joins Jill to help her out for a large part of the campaign.

We also briefly see Dario Rosso, who helps Jill at the beginning of the game by letting her into an abandoned warehouse. His tale is a tragic one as he’s looking for his family across the city. No doubt Capcom will expand his role like they did Robert Kendo in the Resident Evil 2 remake.

Hunters are back

As if the Nemesis wasn’t enough. In the first Resident Evil, Jill faced lizard-human experiments known as Hunters that are most recognisable by their large claws. A more advanced version of them appeared in the original Resident Evil 3 and it looks like they’ll be back in the remake.

Capcom have actually confirmed this will be the case but says the Hunters have been reimagined to fit the modern gameplay. That probably means they’re even more menacing and will be a lot harder to deal with.

Jill’s infection is explored more

At one point in the trailer, we see Jill talking to herself in the mirror before her reflection turns into a zombie version of herself. This is a scene that wasn’t in the original game but we can guess at what it might be about.

Jill does actually get infected by a strain of the virus at a certain point in Resident Evil 3. We won’t say too much but it looks like there could be dream sequences that play into the horror of Jill’s infection. It was barely explored in the original so it’d be interesting to see where Capcom goes with that.

It has a multiplayer mode

It turns out that Project Resistance is actually the multiplayer mode that comes with Resident Evil 3. Capcom kept that a secret until this trailer. The Resistance mode is a 4v1 game in which four survivors fight against a fifth player who is the Mastermind.

The Mastermind is able to lay traps and control the monsters to try to stop the survivors escaping. It’s a welcome addition to Resident Evil 3 that should give it plenty of life beyond the campaign.

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The latest trailer for Resident Evil 3 Remake shows the new and improved Nemesis

By Grayshadow, Posted 14 Jan 2020

Resident Evil 3 Remake is one of the most anticipated games this year. And it was only announced a few months ago. Now, Capcom has finally released new screenshots and a new trailer showing off the iconic monster Nemesis. And yes, the monster is just as terrifying.

Nemesis has adapted to modern times. While the creature still has its iconic rocket launcher it’ll also use a high powered flame thrower.

The trailer and screenshots don’t just show Nemesis but updated monster designs for the Hunters. Who looks even more terrifying.

The new trailer and screenshots also provide a closer look at more of the characters in Resident Evil 3:

  • Brad Vickers – He is one of the sole survivors of the Mansion Incident (depicted in the original Resident Evil) and helped with investigations into Umbrella Corp. As one of the last surviving members of S.T.A.R.S. in Raccoon City, he’s also in Nemesis’ sights.
  • Mikhail Victor – The U.B.C.S. commanding officer is a leader with years of military and commanding experience. Mikhail was seriously injured in his team’s mission to evacuate survivors from Raccoon City. Despite his dire circumstance, he still does as much as he can to help civilians and his platoon. It is his compassion to save Raccoon City’s citizens that convince Jill to help their cause.
  • Nicholai Ginovaef – This U.B.C.S. team leader is incredibly resilient, cold and calculating, willing to make the necessary sacrifices for the mission and his own benefit. Nicholai dismisses Jill as a “bleeding heart” who will get herself killed.
  • Tyrell Patrick – This U.B.C.S. member is a seasoned veteran specializing in hacking and disabling security devices. Tyrell provides invaluable support from behind the lines.
  • Murphy Seeker – This U.B.C.S. member and former U.S. Marine is an exceptional sniper. Like Mikhail, he also gets seriously injured during the Raccoon City mission.
  • Dario Rosso – A civilian Jill encounters in a warehouse in uptown Raccoon City who is reeling from the shock of losing his family. Dario rejects Jill’s pleas to escape the crumbling city.
  • Hunter enemy – Both Jill and Carlos will encounter this terrifying new monster in Resident Evil 3. These bioweapons were created by combining the genetic material of humans and reptiles, creating an incredibly fast and powerful adversary.

Resident Evil 3 Remake launches this April 3rd for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.


PlayStation’s State of Play announces ‘Resident Evil 3’ remake

Dec. 10 (UPI) — PlayStation released a new episode of State of Play Tuesday, which announced that a remake of survival horror classic, Resident Evil 3, is set to be released for the PlayStation 4 on April 3.

Resident Evil 3 comes after developer and publisher Capcom released the critically-acclaimed remake of Resident Evil 2 in January.

A cinematic trailer for Resident Evil 3 featured franchise star Jill Valentine attempting to escape from Raccoon City 24 hours before the events of Resident Evil 2.

The game, which first came out for the PlayStation 1 in 1999, will be completely remade with new graphics and gameplay. Resident Evil 3 also famously features the all-powerful Nemesis zombie who is hunting Jill down.

Resident Evil 3 will also include Project Resistance, an online multiplayer mode which was first announced in September.

The State of Play presentation ended with a message from PlayStation creator Ken Kutaragi in honor of the brand’s 25th anniversary, followed by a brief teaser for upcoming samurai epic, Ghost of Tsushima.

The teaser was brief, only showing an armored samurai getting ready for battle against three enemies. PlayStation said that more of Ghost of Tsushima will be shown on Thursday during The Game Awards.

Also released was a gameplay trailer for Babylon’s Fall. A new fantasy action game from Square Enix and Platinum Games. The clip featured a swordsman delivering a number of flashy combos to enemies before taking on a towering foe.

No release date for Babylon’s Fall was announced, however, more information will be released in the summer.

Predator: Hunting Grounds, an online multiplayer game based on the Predator films, received a new gameplay trailer highlighting the different Predator classes that will be available. The game will be released for the PlayStation 4 on April 24.

Other PlayStation 4 announcements included Untitled Goose Game will be released on Dec. 17, Dreams will arrive on Feb. 14, fantasy battle royale game Spellbreak will be released in Spring 2020, PlayStation VR title Paper Beast is arriving in early 2020, first-person puzzle Superliminal is coming in April and DLC for Kingdom Hearts 3 titled Re:Mind will be released on Jan. 23.


Resident Evil 3 remake demo trailer has first look at new cutscenes

The Resident Evil 3 remake demo ending has apparently popped up online and it gives us our first look at some new cutscenes from the game. After players complete the Resident Evil 3 remake demo, they’ll be treated to a trailer totaling less than one minute in length showing us things we haven’t yet seen.

As Pure PlayStation reports, YouTuber Denis Milher has somehow managed to get his hands on a short trailer that plays once you’ve completed the demo. As the subtitles are in Cyrillic script, it’s likely that someone in Russia immediately uploaded the trailer once they had access to it.

Rather than get any sort of conclusion to the demo’s story, players get a quick rundown of clips from upcoming scenes in the game. A police station door is barricaded but broken down by zombies, causing Jill and Carlos to retreat. We see a few more intense action scenes and get a good look at some of the game’s other characters before the trailer comes to an end far too soon.

The demo for the RE3 remake launches today on all platforms. You can check out the Resident Evil 3 remake demo ending trailer below.


New Resident Evil 3 trailer and screens showcase Nemesis’s monstrous makeover

New screens also reveal Raccoon City’s destinations, survivors, Umbrella soldiers, and more

Originally released in 1999, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis expanded the doomed Raccoon City introduced in RE2. The chaotic city captured fans’ imagination, letting them fulfill thrilling zombie outbreak survival fantasies. New storefronts, colorful survivors, and explosive hazards brought the streets to life (despite all the death). The titular Nemesis stalked Jill throughout the city as well, keeping tourists on their toes with every step.
The upcoming RE3 remake capitalizes on the exciting expansion of Raccoon City delivered in the 1999 original, boosted by Capcom’s modern enhancements. A new trailer and batch of screens sheds further light on the iconic Nemesis’s reimagined look and the chaotic Raccoon City. The fresh look also offers a few tantalizing tastes of where the remake detours from the original release, with new faces, shops, and more.
Check out the trailer as well as the new screens (with a deep dive into each) below!

Nemesis is the star of the new trailer, showcasing his trademark determination and arsenal. His classic rocket launcher returns, but he also boasts a flamethrower this time.
Jill should keep her distance from Nemesis at all costs. If his 1999 iteration is any indication – he’s faster than he looks.
In the 1999 original, Nemesis could prematurely end Jill’s escape by grabbing her head, lifting her aloft, and unleashing one of his infectious tentacles through his palm. Does that lethal technique return in the RE3 remake?
Nemesis gives his hand a rest and lifts Jill into the air with the business end of his rocket launcher. This is objectively a bad situation for Jill Valentine.
Speaking of the bio-weapon’s tentacles, this screen shows Nemesis’s whiplike appendages in action.
The trailer and screens offer a closer look at the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.). Here we see Tyrell. Will Jill find some shaky ground on which to cooperate with these soldiers representing the insidious Umbrella Corporation?
An enemy visually similar to the series’ iconic Hunter enemy prepares to attack U.B.C.S. soldier, Carlos Oliveira. These reptilian monsters traditionally pack a devastating flying leap attack.
The enigmatic Dario makes his return in the remake. In the 1999 original, he’s one of the first survivors Jill encounters. Will he have a similar role in the remake?
In the mood for seafood and/or donuts? Resident Evil 3 offers glimmers of the destinations Raccoon City once provided its inhabitants.
Check out the full gallery here for a look at new character Murphy, Nemesis in action, and more shots of Raccoon City. Resident Evil 3 hits PS4 on April 3, packed with the asymmetrical multiplayer experience Project Resistance.

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It does look promising. I’ve skipped RE2 remake, didn’t want to spoil my memories of the original, but RE3 was fun a in a different way.

Also, maybe it’s time for Parasite Eve 1&2 remake? Or proper Dino Crisis?

Parasite Eve wasn’t made by Capcom, it was a Square Enix game. It was also not that great, but still..

Dude… no… do yourself a favor and go buy RE2 remake right now

im a guy who grew up with those games, I had the same fear but trust me you wont be disappointed. Its actually better than the original in every possible way! You will love it

Well, not every way. Ben in the holding cells barely got any lines at all compared to the original.

Him getting less lines is kind of an improvement, if only he got insta killed when he went to open his mouth.

If I had to fix things though, i’d fix Claire’s constantly open mouth, Leon and Claire looking like a random cosplayers (seriously Capcom, stop being lazy and scanning random people for established characters in DMC/RE games) and minor things like Raccoon city plates on Claire’s bike.

Jill doesn’t look as bad as Leon/Claire in RE2, but still, the character is French/Japanese, whereas she looks Russian (as thats where the scanned model is from). Also, per the plot they should delete the STARS badge (she’s been suspended), make her waaay less hysterical (Jill was never like that) and make her not dress in a vest top/trousers like every other female in every game in the last 10 years.


First Trailer for ‘Resident Evil 3’ Remake Is Here (For Your Money)

by Dave Trumbore December 10, 2019

Sony’s Resident Evil remakes have hit that sweet spot of nostalgia and solid gameplay in recent years. I had hopes that they’d continue the trend with Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, and today those hopes have been rewarded. The first look at the upcoming remake, which will be here before you know it, was revealed by Sony during their State of Play announcements. And the money is already on its way out of my bank account.

While the first two Resident Evil games were certainly solid, RE3 was a favorite of mine. It was one of the first games I ever played that introduced post-game content that had you grinding for gear and upgrades well after the main campaign had played out. Expect that to continue in the remake as not only will Jill Valentine, Carlos Oliveira, and Mikhail Viktor once again take on the relentless force known as Nemesis, it’ll also introduce a 1v4 multiplayer campaign akin to games like Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th. I’m hoping there’s still a Mercenaries minigame, but that might have been wrapped up into this new online multi-version. We’ll find out more leading up to the game’s April 3, 2020 release date.

Check out the epic new trailer for the Resident Evil 3 remake below:

“Resident Evil 3 returns to PlayStation 4 on April 3rd, 2020. Experience Jill Valentine’s encounter with the unrelenting Nemesis in this survival-horror classic remade from the ground up.

It also includes Resident Evil Resistance, a new 1 vs 4 asymmetrical online multiplayer game set in the Resident Evil universe. Cooperate as one of four Survivors or as a twisted Mastermind attempting to stop them at every turn.”


PlayStation State of Play December 10: ‘Resident Evil 3,’ ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ & Everything Shown

The latest PlayStation State of Play has concluded, and it gave fans a taste of what’s to come in 2020 for PS4.

Among the big game announcements was the official reveal of the Resident Evil 3 remake – after being leaked weeks prior – and a new look at Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch Productions.

An indie favorite also is making the leap to PS4 and there are major updates and DLC for existing PlayStation titles coming in the new year too.

Fans also received a special message from Ken Kutaragi, known by many as the “father of PlayStation” to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the platform.

Here’s everything that was shown during the December 10 PlayStation State of Play.


We’ll start with the biggest reveal of the bunch. Following the massive success of Resident Evil 2 remake in 2019, Capcom looks to continue its winning ways by bringing the next installment of the horror/survival franchise to PlayStation 4.

While the existence of this game was leaked prior to the release of the trailer, it’s great to see Jill Valentine and a revamped take on one of the best titles in the franchise.

Pre-orders for Resident Evil 3 are available now and it includes:


The little indie game that could is honking its way onto PS4 on December 17. Play as an ornery goose as you steal items and cause mayhem in a small town.

A new online battle royale game from Proletariat is coming in 2020. Spellbreak lets players choose different magic heroes to take out the rest of the field. A closed beta opens in the spring, and you can sign up here.


A new title from Square Enix and Platinum Games, this action game brings more of the high-flying, hack-and-slash action fans of the Bayonetta series will love.


A new expansion to the popular Kingdom Hearts 3 game is coming in 2020. Fans can pre-order the DLC today, and it is scheduled to release on January 23.


Play as the titular aliens as you take out squads of military militia in this survival/hunting game. The title is set to release April 24, 2020.

The imaginative and groundbreaking title, Dreams gets a full release on February 14, 2020.


A point and click-style puzzle game, Superliminal will test your eyes and reflexes as you try to escape an elaborate maze. This title is set to release in April 2020.


The newest title for the PlayStation VR, Paper Beast will allow players to explore a new world full of paper beasts.


A short clip was shown of the next title from Sucker Punch, but the rest of this cutscene will be shown at The 2019 Game Awards on Thursday.

Just revealed during #StateOfPlay: A gorgeous new moment from Ghost of Tsushima.

What did you think of the latest State of Play? Let us know in the comments section.


‘Resident Evil 3’ remake confirmed? Release date, trailer info and more

We could be getting more survival horror surprisingly soon.В

Capcom reportedly isn’t done letting fans relive all of the spine-chilling moments of its classic Resident Evil games on current-gen consoles. On the heels of the successful launch of The company is said to be developing a remastered version of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis that could hit shelves surprisingly soon.

YouTuber Jonathan Downey, better known as Spawn Wave, reported that Capcom is well on its way towards shipping a Resident Evil 3 remake. Downey previously leaked that George R.R. Martin would be collaborating with FromSoftware to release a title, months before Elden Ring was announced at E3 2019. His past track record gives these latest claims more weight, and Capcom has also teased that a RE3 remake was totally on the table.

RE2 producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi told Game Watch in January that if the remake of Resident Evil 2 was well received, he’d be willing to consider revamping Nemesis.

“The reason why [Resident Evil 2] became a remake was because the fans continued…saying ‘I want you to make a remake’ for [its 21st anniversary],” said Hirabayashi. “If I hear that [there’s as much demand for Resident Evil 3], I think that will be the starting point for us.”

The RE2 remake was an overwhelming success, receiving glowing reviews across the board. It’s also one of six nominees for Game of the Year at the 2019 Game Awards. Capcom apparently wants to recreate that same magic for yet another 21st anniversary rerelease or RE3.

When is the Resident Evil 3 remake release date?

Downey reported Capcom aims to release the RE3 remake sometime in 2020. He didn’t predict a window in which gamers could expect the title to launch, but a mid-2020 release date seems most likely.

Keep in mind that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Project Scarlett are expected to be released in late 2020. So if Capcom wants to get RE3 onto current-gen consoles, it will need to release the game sooner rather than later.

When could we hear more about the Resident Evil 3 remake?

The game has yet to be announced, but there’s a good chance Capcom might tease something during the December 12 Game Awards. After all, Capcom has a chance at stealing the show by winning the Game of the Year award. But even if the company doesn’t reveal a full trailer, there will be ample amount of time for the company to sneak in a teaser to rile up fans of the horror series.

What consoles will the Resident Evil 3 remake be available on?

If Capcom does end up announcing the RE3 remake at the Game Awards, it will most likely launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s also possible the game could be a generation-straddling title, arriving in mid-2020 for current-gen consoles and later in the year for the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett to give it a longer shelf life.

What will the Resident Evil 3 gameplay be like?

Based on how soon RE3 might be released, it’s likely that it might closely resemble the RE2 remake in terms of graphics and gameplay.

Capcom’s previous title was built using the company’s RE Engine, which debuted with the 2017 release of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The software is only about three years old and apart from some fine tuning, it’s unlikely Capcom would revamp its entire engine so soon.

The publisher said it had “numerous titles” under development using the RE Engine during a May earnings call. That statement came after RE2 and Devil May Cry 5 were both released, so it could plausibly have been referring to a RE3 remake.

Resident Evil 3 will see the return of Nemesis

Just like how Mr. X chases down players like a Terminator in the RE2 remake, RE3 will almost certainly see the terrifying return of Nemesis.

These mutated super soldiers chase players down throughout various areas in the 1999 title. The monster looks as if Leatherface has been hitting the gym seven days a week and walks towards gamers like Michael Myers from the Halloween movies.

If Mr. X freaked you out, Nemesis might just make you shut off your console.

The Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake is expected to be released in 2020.


Screens from the next Resident Evil game trailer have leaked

You have to be a bit careful these days when uploading things to the internet and Capcom have slipped up. It appears they have set up a feed for the reveal of the next Resident Evil game, code named Project Resistance, but in doing so they created some thumbnails for YouTube. These have been scraped off the channel and voila, your first look at the game.

In the first screen we can see what appears to be the team of new characters you play, as we know the game is a four player co-cop shooter.

The three other screens give us closer looks at the characters

The characters do look a bit like Kevin the cop, George the surgeon, and David the plumber from Resident Evil Outbreak, but they could be new characters. It has been noted that the website for Resident Evil Outbreak has been wiped and now just has the words “OK”. This is exactly what happened to the Resident Evil 2 website before the remake was announced.

The official reveal is just days away as it will be unveiled on September 9th at 3:00PM UTC, which is a very friendly 4pm for those of us in the UK. The game will also get a gameplay demo at the Tokyo Game Show a few days later and some lucky people will even be able to play it.

If this is Resident Evil Outbreak then fans may be disappointed as many were clamouring for a remake of Resident Evil 3. The remake of the second game in the series was a critical and commercial success.

“This Resident Evil 2 remake is a phenomenal update of a classic game,” we said in our review. “It combines the best of the original’s narrative and puzzles with the ammo crafting of Resident Evil 3 and the action gameplay of Resident Evil 4 to create a hybrid that still manages to feel like classic Resi.”

“Old fans will enjoy the nostalgic retread of Racoon City in all its newfound glory, whilst newcomers will get to experience one of the finest episodes of the series as it should be. The remake has been more than worth the wait, and the evil of the Umbrella Corporation is back in residence at the top of the survival horror pile once more.”

UPDATE: More evidence that this is a remake or new game in the Outbreak series!


New Resident Evil 3 Nemesis Trailer Shows Jill & Carlos in Action

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Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake has a new trailer today, and it depicts a more action-focused survival horror experience than its predecessor. We’re shown explosions, chase sequences, and protagonists Jill and Carlos kickin’ butt with shotguns and M16s as they battle their way out of Raccoon City. The S.T.A.R.S-eating monstrosity Nemesis is ever in hot pursuit, too, now wielding a new giant flamethrower.

It definitely seems as though this latest remake will have less of that eerie, suspenseful build-up that was such a big part of the previous one. Of course, that’s more or less in line with the differences between the original two games, but things appear to have been dialed up even further here.

The heavier focus on action isn’t entirely unexpected; producers Masachika Kawata and Peter J. Fabiano explained to Famitsu only weeks ago that this would be the case.

Another key takeaway from the trailer’s footage is that Nemesis’ redesign from the original, and he’s now packing serious heat, literally: gone is the rocket launcher of old, replaced with a massive flamethrower.

In addition to Jill and Carlos, we’re shown our first glimpse at some of the other U.B.C.S squad members that feature throughout the game’s story, including Nicholai and Mikhail.

You can check out the trailer below.

In related news, while we’ll have to wait until next April Nemesis’ big, ugly mug in the flesh, he can already be heard stalking the area around Racoon City’s police department in the Resident Evil 2 R.P.D demo.

Resident Evil 3 Remake launches on PS4, Xbox One, and PC this April 3. It launches in tandem with the Project Resistance co-operative multiplayer mode.


Resident Evil 3 gets new story trailer, Jill Valentine coming to Resistance

More details ahead of April 3 release.

  • Paolo Sirio March 27, 2020
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Capcom has released a brand new Resident Evil 3 story trailer, providing further details about what’s happening in Raccoon City when players reach the game on April 3, 2020.

The trailer allows players to have a more in-depth look into the story and learn more about protagonist Jill Valentine, a S.T.A.R.S. special unit agent reaching the city amid a zombie outbreak.

We’ll drop the trailer here, but please be advised that it contains several story beats that might be considered spoilers, so if you want to get through the game without knowing anything about the plot, make sure you don’t watch it.

We also had the series recapped in a special video, in case you’d want to have more particulars about what has happened in the franchise up until Resident Evil 3.

Resident Evil 3: Jill Valentine Trailer

Jill Valentine’s escape from Raccoon City is fraught with danger, but she still has some dependable allies to rely on… as well as some enemies to watch out f…

The trailer also serves as the occasion for Capcom to share that Jill Valentine is coming to Resident Evil Resistance “in a future title update.”

While we don’t have the exact timing for the release of the character, the Japanese developer has confirmed it is working on getting her in the 4v1 multiplayer mode shortly.

A Resident Evil Resistance closed beta is now undergoing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and will be available until April 3. Resident Evil fans should also be aware of possible delays in the shipment of physical copies due to COVID-19.


Resident Evil 3 Is Out Now on PS4, and This Launch Trailer Brings the Hype

  • by Liam Croft Fri 3rd Apr 2020
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The day has finally arrived: Resident Evil 3 is out right now on PlayStation 4. Capcom’s follow up to Resident Evil 2 has completely remade the Raccoon City-focused experience with stunning new visuals and a new perspective, as well as the chance to play as Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira. To fuel that excitement further, you can check out the game’s launch trailer above.

We awarded Resident Evil 3 a 7/10 in the Push Square review, signing off by saying: “It’s still an experience very much worth revisiting, with Raccoon City and the hospital receiving a lot of love and attention, however, it only makes us question what could have been that little bit more.” The launch trailer also serves as a reminder that Resident Evil Resistance is included in the package for free.

If you’ve already bought the remake, you might be interested in the plethora of guides we’ve put together for the release. We’ve got a Resident Evil 3 remake walkthrough, guides to all Hip Pouch locations, all Gun Upgrade locations, and how to track down all Charlie Doll locations. Don’t worry about searching for all safe codes and locker combinations either — we’ve got that covered too. If you want to check out every single Resident Evil 3 Remake guide we have to offer, head on through the link.

Are you planning on purchasing Resident Evil 3 if you haven’t already? Survive the zombie horde in the comments below.



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Resident Evil 3 Remake Comes With Resistance Because It Will Be Half As Long As Resident Evil 2

Resident Evil 3 is a very short game on its own, and so it makes sense to bundle it with Resistance to make it worth $60.

The trailer for Resident Evil 3 Remake came out today and showed off an updated version of the 1999 classic that many remember to this day. At the end of the trailer, it was revealed that the game would be packaged with Resident Evil Resistance, the online Resident Evil multiplayer game unveiled back in September. This makes total and complete sense, given Resident Evil 3‘s more shallow depth of content in comparison to Resident Evil 2.

While both are recognized as classics to different degrees, the original Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is widely regarded as less revolutionary due to its reuse of some of Resident Evil 2‘s level design. Further, the mechanic of Nemesis tracking you down like a Terminator had been preceded by Mr. X, the Tyrant that haunts the halls of Resident Evil 2‘s Raccoon City Police Department.

More to the point, Resident Evil 3 simply isn’t as long a game as Resident Evil 2. Resident Evil 2‘s separate campaigns aren’t all too lengthy by themselves, but together, Resident Evil 2 lasts around 10 hours. This is in opposition to Resident Evil 3, which lasts, at most, five hours.

As such, it makes sense that Resident Evil 3 includes Project Resistance, the asymmetrical Resident Evil multiplayer title. Resident Evil 3 alone doesn’t quite warrant a $60 price tag. Its length and the way it recycles mechanics and design are simply not enough to afford Capcom the opportunity to price Resident Evil 3 the same as most other AAA titles.

In the end, there was likely consumer consideration as well. Releasing a, at maximum, five hour game at $60 is somewhat unacceptable in today’s realm of high production value video games. The fan and consumer reaction to Capcom releasing such a short game at $60 would have likely been overwhelmingly negative. And given how well Capcom is currently doing with both the Resident Evil and Monster Hunter fanbases, it probably wants to keep the goodwill going.

Not much has been revealed about Project Resistance, other than the fact that it is an asymmetrical multiplayer game. However, its bundling with Resident Evil 3 is understandable in light of Resident Evil 3‘s short length and identical design to Resident Evil 2. Its April release can’t come soon enough for Resident Evil fans, but let’s hope Project Resistance turns out to be a successful spinoff.


Resident Evil 3 remake officially announced with debut trailer

During today’s State of Play broadcast, Capcom officially unveiled the long-rumored remake of Resident Evil 3.

The game has been remade using the RE Engine and features high-definition graphics and “modernized gameplay mechanics,” according to Capcom. Watch the debut trailer below:

Capcom also revealed that the multiplayer Resident Evil spinoff Project Resistance will be included with Resident Evil 3 as its multiplayer component. Now titled Resident Evil Resistance, the game sees four players taking on the role of survivors, while a fifth player becomes the Mastermind. Survivors must complete puzzles and defeat enemies to escape within the allotted time, while the Mastermind must use cards to lay traps and enemies in an attempt to stop them.

In addition to the above, a Collector’s Edition of the game was unveiled that contains a double-sided map, a collector’s art book, an 11-inch Jill Valentine figure, a digital soundtrack, and special S.T.A.R.S. item box packaging.

Finally, all players who preorder the remake will receive the Classic Costume Pack, which features the original design for Jill Valentine and hairstyle for Carlos Oliveira.

Resident Evil 3 launches April 3rd, 2020 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.


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