Update: Resident Evil 3’s multiplayer component, Resident Evil Resistance, is currently in its final open beta, which you can download now. However, it’s only available for download for Xbox One right now, as it’s been delayed on PS4 and PC. Still, if you’re rearing to try RE3, you can download the free demo, which was also recently made available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. We’ve updated the feature below with more information, as well as a story recap. For more how about the game is shaping up, you can read our Resident Evil 3 preview detailing our impressions of the two hours we played.
Resident Evil 3 is real. After a bout of rumors and leaks, the Resident Evil 3 remake was officially announced during Sony’s final State of Play presentation of 2019. The game is, obviously, a remake of Capcom’s Resident Evil 3: Nemesis from 1999, and it’s coming packaged with another game too–which producers Masachika Kawata and Peter Fabiano spoke more about following the trailer reveal.
It’s crazy to think that a remake for Resident Evil 3 is coming so soon, but apparently Capcom always knew it wanted to revisit the classic game for a while–as long as Resident Evil 2, it seems. This may not mean much to you if you’re a series newcomer, so if you’re not sure what to expect with this upcoming remake, stay with us!
We’ve collected all the information we have about the RE3 remake and its companion game Resident Evil Resistance, including platforms, release date, gameplay details, information on story and characters, and more. We’ll continue to update this story as we find out more.
- Announcement, Reveal, And Character Trailer
- Story and Characters
- Gameplay Impressions: How’s Resident Evil 3 Shaping Up So Far?
- Free Demo
- Release Date
- PC Specs
- Pre-Order and Collector’s Edition
- Multiplayer (Resident Evil Resistance)
Resident Evil 2 was one of our Best Games of 2019–read our thoughts on why we loved Resident Evil 2 and what makes it more than just a remake.
Announcement, Reveal, And Character Trailer
Rumors of a Resident Evil 3 remake began in early December 2019, with cover art appearing on the PlayStation Store. Since the leak occurred prior to The Game Awards, some speculated that an official announcement would be coming then.
Instead, Resident Evil 3 was announced during Sony’s State of Play presentation on December 10, 2019. Despite the rumors, it was a bit of a surprise reveal–the announcer introduced the trailer as the “unannounced campaign portion of Capcom’s Project Resistance.” Project Resistance is Capcom’s 1v4 asymmetrical multiplayer survival horror unveiled at Tokyo Game Show 2019, but with no ties to Resident Evil 3 at the time. Well, surprise–Resistance is coming packaged with RE3.
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