Resident Evil aficionados witnessed how well Capcom could do while remaking the classic game in the series, so the Resident Evil 3 remake is no doubt hotly anticipated. Luckily, its release date is less than a month away, so Capcom has already revealed a lot about the changes to the gameplay of the Resident Evil 3 remake, the differences in the story, and the Resident Evil Resistance multiplayer mode.
Details are still thin on the ground as to how long it will be playable and if it will include multiplayer content from the new resistance mode. But we know that fans are ready to try the Resident Evil 3 remake before the launch on 3 April 2020.
The most modern update of the Capcom team carried a live stream showing Jill Valentine taking the zombie-dodging streets of Racon City, dodging Murray and some wounds along the way. We are not aware that the new Resident Evil 3 demo is shown in the March live stream, and no announcement has been made about the demo’s launch date.
But it seems that we are getting closer to the announcement of that new free content coming on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Fans are hoping that something will pop up this week, but it is more likely that it will include some more waiting.
An old Capcom message confirms: “It was written in STARS. A Resident Evil 3 demo is on the way. We will have more details shortly. “Following the success of the Remy 2 remake demo in 2019, it was expected that a similar effort would be made for Nemesis.
The main difference between the two titles is that Resident Evil 3 will also have an online mode, called resistance. Instead of just a simple remaster, Resident Evil 3 adds new content to its story and world elements to be original, fleshy and modern to its gameplay.
Below, fans will find the release date for Resident Evil 3, And it will be interesting to see if Capcom decides to offer that mode for a short time.