Gamers might need to start preparing for the next zombie inducing nightmare as the Resident Evil Ambassador program are sending out emails for players to help out testing their new game currently in development.
No information has been revealed so far about this title, whether it is going to be the next Resident Evil or another remake. What we do know is that Capcom has begun sending out emails to the Japanese Biohazard Ambassador program (for those tilting their heads at Biohazard, this is what Resident Evil is colloquially known as in Japan) as well as select players in the US program. The program does come with specific requirements such as, being quite knowledgable about the horror series and have played past instalments.
The first round of tests in Japan are taking place within September, but for the US, tests are beginning on either September 20th or 21st, so this might insinuate that the next game is gearing for a release quicker than anyone has anticipated. Once again, it is unknown whether it is a new horror game or a remake of the highly requested Resident Evil 3, which fans are sincerely hoping for.
Capcom over the past few years has laid some massive hitters at our feet, such as Monster Hunter World, Devil May Cry 5, and of course the Resident Evil 2 Remake. This year has been relatively quiet with new game announcements, the only thing we know for definite is the expansion for the spectacular game Monster Hunter Word, called Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is releasing this year.
Capcom’s acclaimed Resident Evil franchise has been around for aeons, as the initial release of Resident Evil 1 was 1996 for the Playstation 1. For those who enjoy being terrified will have no doubt have played a game in the series, especially the recently released Resident Evil 2 Remake, which has been a colossal hit.
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