Resident Evil fans will have to wait a bit more for the Resident Evil 3 Remake demo, which will be released by Capcom on March 19. It will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
About the Resident Evil 3 Remake Demo
The demo will a taste of the new gameplay experience as a player will have access to a relatively big section of the game, with a bigger focus on action as players will guide Jill Valentine. Players are advised to conserve ammo, but other details remain elusive at this point.
Players will also have the option to the test the new asymmetric multiplayer mode, which is known under the name of Resident Evil Resistance.
This mode allows players to pick the role of Survivors or the Mastermind. Survivors, as the name may infer, will have to traverse a level filled with dangerous while the Mastermind will decide the monsters and traps that will appear within that level. Interested players can access the beta from March 27.
About Resident Evil 3
Capcom has enjoyed a lot of success after the company decided to revive the popular series. The first remake of the game received critical acclaims from gamers and reviewers alike, and many believe that the Resident Evil 3 Remake would be successful.
While some gameplay elements have been altered to offer a modern approach, the title retains the iconic character, which made Resident Evil 3: Nemesis a hit in 1990. Jill Valentine, a more elite S.T.A.R.S officer, will fight her way out of Raccoon City during the zombie outbreak that was triggered by the release of the T-Virus.
A T-103 Tyrant was infected with the Nemesis parasite, creating the ultimate sentient weapon that is able to pursue and kill its target regardless of the obstacles thrown on his way. The creature, known as Nemesis, will attempt to hunt Jill Valentine and other S.T.A.R.S. members during the events of the game.
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