New Resident Evil Survey Hints At More REmakes
While the world deals with its own viral pandemic, gamers have found refuge this past weekend in the newly released Resident Evil 3 remake. The game continues Capcom’s foray into remaking early entries in the Resident Evil franchise for modern generations, with the general critical consensus indicating the new RE3 remake continues the publisher’s ability to find a balance between staying truthful to the original and making changes where necessary. Now, a new Resident Evil survey has been released that suggests these REmakes are not stopping any time soon.
Capcom recently sent a Resident Evil survey to gamers in Asian countries focusing on those that have purchased Resident Evil 3. The survey asks users fairly standard questions, such as how they heard about the REmake and whether they would recommend it for others. However, the survey also asks how likely the customer is to purchase a new remake or a sequel in the Resident Evil series, with a remake being the first question asked regarding a future purchase.
This Resident Evil survey would seem to follow the strategy that Capcom has been using for the RE franchise as of late, in which remakes of older games are the more pertinent projects while the rumored Resident Evil 8 continues its development behind the scenes. As rumors suggest remakes for Resident Evil 4 or Code Veronica aren’t in the cards, it’s possible Capcom may pursue a spin-off or possibly opt for a remake of the original RE remake.
Of course, this could all just be Capcom reading the terrain following their latest release and could easily amount to nothing happening in the immediate future. No matter which game Capcom chooses to make next, for now, the Resident Evil 3 remake is sure to bring a safety Umbrella in this current coronavirus storm.
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