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Capcom doesn’t stop at Resident Evil 4 – the publisher is luring fans with remakes of other games in the series

After the success of the remakes of Resident Evil 2 (13.1 million copies), Resident Evil 3 (8 million) and Resident Evil 4 (5.4 million), the Japanese publisher and developer Capcom is not going to give up its gold mine.

    Image source: Steam (Queensland)

Image source: Steam (Queensland)

Yasuhiro Anpo, head of development for the updated Resident Evil 4, in a statement IGN At the PlayStation Partner Awards 2023, he answered the question of whether Capcom will continue to release remakes of Resident Evil games.

“Yes, – Anpo confirmed without hesitation. — We have already released three remakes and all of them have been extremely well received. Since they allow modern audiences to play the same games, I look forward to continuing to develop them..

Anpo is in no hurry to reveal which part of Resident Evil Capcom will rethink next: “We will announce which game is getting a remake in the future, so stay tuned.”.

    Image source: Capcom

Image source: Capcom

One of the most popular among fans is the remake of Resident Evil Code: Veronica, which hasn’t made it beyond the Sega Dreamcast in more than 20 years since its original release in 2000.

In December 2022, Capcom asked a team of enthusiasts to stop working on the fan remake of Code: Veronica, and in 2018 indicated for the second remake of Resident Evil – the first was released in 2002 and received several re-releases.

From information According to trusted insider AestheticGamer (aka Dusk Golem), despite Capcom’s willingness to release new Resident Evil remakes, it’s definitely not something you should expect in 2024.

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