We’re a few short months away from Resident Evil 3 Remake’s release, and Capcom seems to have started the new year by sharing a lot more details regarding the upcoming zombie re-imagining. In the latest Resident Evil 3 Remake news, a lot of details has been shared regarding the ending, the new Nemesis, and lots more.
According to an interview published in Japanese gaming mag Famitsu (via Reddit), Resident Evil 3 Remake is about 90 percent done, and there are no delays foreseen by Capcom. Also from the mag, the game won’t just focus on scares and terror from zombies, but will rely on Nemesis, and is even referred to as “The Stalker” in the game.
Aside from that, an interview has also been published in the PlayStation Magazine UK, and a few key details have been revealed! Chief among ’em are, it’s now been confirmed that there will be NO multiple endings for Resident Evil 3 Remake.
Here’s a rundown of the info from the magazine (via Reddit):
- Nemesis is based on Tyrant from RE2 but has better AI
- – They created a “real” Nemesis to scan him with photogrammetry
- – No Mercenaries mode
- – Mutant worms will return
- -Carlos is playable
- – No multiple endings
Confirmation that we will visit the streets, the shops, the Stagla petrol station, the Raccoon Press offices and the hospital.
Resident Evil 3 Remake will be out this April 3, 2020 on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.