If you’re a fan of Resident Evil, prepare to enter the Arklay Mountains once more to see another side of the T-Virus outbreak from a perspective, and the official prequel to Resident Evil, which was released not to long ago. Earlier this week, at an event in Japan, Capcom officially confirmed that Resident Evil 0 will be getting a remastered version on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The current state of the game is that it is currently in development and is looking to release earlier in 2016.
In a turn that helps fans once more experience the game in its full potential, both Koji Ada (director) and additional staff are returning for the development of this new remaster. As the game goes underway into production, Capcom has also stated they will be releasing more information in the upcoming weeks. So what does that mean? Stay tuned and we’ll keep you informed! In the mean time enjoy a video message from Director Koji Oda and Producer Tsukasa Takenaka about the project:
As stated, stay tuned and we’ll keep you up to date as Capcom keeps us informed with future updates!
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