There has been no news for some time about a new chapter in the Resident Evil saga, although Capcom has certainly not parked the brand in a corner.
After Resident Evil Village the series has indeed gained a new luster, so much so that fans – even historical ones – can’t wait to get back into the maze of survival horror.
Now, after the countdown that was thought to be linked to the Biohazard franchise, it is now the turn of a really interesting indiscretion.
As reported on ResetEra , in fact, Capcom may be about to dust off not one, but three small classics linked to the RE .
It seems in fact that the official Capcom website has been updated with some artwork dedicated to Resident Evil Code Veronica , as well as Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File 2 .
More specifically, some images would have been posted at a much higher resolution , plus some additional details missing in the original version.
More specifically, as also reported via Twitter , these are some models linked to monstrous opponents of the three chapters.
It goes without saying that the differences have not gone unnoticed, especially if you look closely at them.
Looks like they’ve been touched up a little beyond upscaling. pic.twitter.com/UuyAqDOwRD
– Project Umbrella RE: Digest (@project_umb) February 22, 2022
The indiscretion gains even more value if you remember the now well-known GeForce Now leak , in which it was reported that Resident Evil Outbreak would actually be back on the scene in March 2022 , which is next month.
Who knows if this also applies to Code Veronica and Outbreak File 2 , thus allowing new players to enjoy three largely underrated chapters of the franchise.
While waiting to find out more, have you seen someone delighted in turning Code Veronica into a beautiful 32-bit demake?
Speaking of Capcom instead, the Street Fighter 6 logo may have been purchased on a well-known stock image site, which has sparked quite a bit of controversy.
Finally, while waiting for the real Resident Evil 4 Remake, fans have made a beautiful completely free remaster of the game.
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