Some new art has surfaced online that seems to indicate that not only is the remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis a very real thing, but folks should probably expect an announcement soon. The game, which first released in 1999, has been rumored to be getting the remake treatment for a long time now, and this art reveal is the first real look at what appears to be the new game's designs.
The new art comes courtesy of a service that basically scrapes the latest additions to PlayStation Network, and it's caught multiple different iterations of some kind of Resident Evil 3 video game being added. Given that both an American and Japanese version (Resident Evil and Biohazard, respectively) are included, as is new art for Resident Evil: Resistance, which is a known and announced video game, all signs point to this being totally legit.
A remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis has been rumored for some time now, with Capcom seemingly teasing a remake every so often. It also just makes sense given that the company has already put out remakes and remasters of both Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 being extremely popular. The next obvious entry would be Resident Evil 3, so this whole progression -- even if not officially announced -- feels natural thus far.0comments
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Resident Evil 3's remake, if it's real, does not currently have a release date. The Resident Evil 2 remake is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the Resident Evil franchise right here.
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