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Resident Evil Showcase Event Announced


 Resident Evil Showcase Event Announced

Resident Evil Showcase Event Announced

Resident Evil is having a new showcase event where it will give updates on all upcoming Resident Evil projects. The Resident Evil series is absurdly massive right now, expanding past games and into movies and Television programs. Indeed, even the games are really expansive as they have spin-offs, multiplayer games, and DLCs that don’t always straightforwardly interface with the main story. It’s a ton to monitor, especially with as much as Capcom has proactively announced. The following large thing for the series is the Resident Evil Town DLC which will focus on Ethan’s girl in October, yet it’s a long way from the main thing in the works at Capcom.
Capcom has affirmed there will be a new Resident Evil showcase one month from now which will give an update on Resident Evil 4 revamp, Resident Evil Town Gold Release, and more, however it’s indistinct what the “and more” refers to. It’s possible this will highlight a new look at Resident Evil Town for PS VR2, yet all at once it’s not satisfactory. No date for the event has been given either, however it is affirmed for October. One way or the other, it’s exciting to realize we’re getting new information and probable interactivity for the Resident Evil 4 change very soon. It’s also muddled just the way in which long this event will be, yet considering there’s several games not too far off, it’s probable it will stay reasonably condensed.

A new Resident Evil Showcase was just announced at #TGS2022!
Tune in next month for news and updates on Resident Evil Village Gold Edition, Resident Evil 4, and more.
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— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) September 15, 2022

Sadly, we will not be getting any news on a future season of Netflix’s Resident Evil series. The Resident Evil Television program was as of late dropped by Netflix after its first season neglected to satisfy the guidelines of the streamer and fans. Time will let know if Capcom is willing to make another true to life version of Resident Evil as both the television series and the new surprisingly realistic film seemed to be all out misses on a basic and business level. 



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