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The most recent Resident Evil showcase shone the highlight on the upcoming Resident Evil Village DLC and Resident Evil 4 Remake, however some followers are nonetheless fiending for extra. Fairly just a few would like to see Code Veronica return, and apparently that’s not out of the query.
ResetEra discussion board member YolkFolk created a ballot on the favored gaming discussion board within the wake of the Resident Evil showcase, asking followers which game they need to see remade after the re-release of 4. Authentic Resident Evil and Code Veronica are the 2 decisions, and the latter is at the moment sweeping the ballot with greater than two-thirds of all votes. Gaming site NoisyPixel had the same thought, asking Resident Evil 4 Remake producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi if he’d like to provide Code Veronica the identical therapy. As Hirabayashi tells it, there are at the moment no plans to remake that game, but when the “alternative comes, possibly.”
Capcom has already remade just a few of the numbered Resident Evil titles, so it’s not a stretch to assume that Code Veronica may come alongside someplace down the road. It wouldn’t be the game’s first re-release anyway. It debuted on the Dreamcast in 2000, earlier than an expanded model known as Code Veronica X got here to each Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 a 12 months later. Extra cutscenes and slight graphical adjustments have been made for that model. A full-on remake could be a chance to go even deeper into what is commonly an ignored Resident Evil title.
When it comes to concrete information, the Resident Evil showcase gave us one other take a look at Resident Evil Village’s DLC — however not a take a look at protagonist Ethan Winters’ face. Even with the upcoming third-person mode, the game will nonetheless forestall gamers from seeing what Ethan truly appears like. In the meantime, Resident Evil 4’s second trailer confirmed off extra gameplay, which went more durable on horror whereas holding the motion and cheese. We’ll be capable of see all of the adjustments when Resident Evil 4 Remake releases on March 24, 2023.