After the release of Resident Evil 4 Remake last March, Capcom is asking the public what should be the next game in the saga to be brought up to date.
These days, it’s better not to be allergic to remakes when you’re passionate about video games. The trend seems to be accelerating in recent years and it should last. Even if some rail against the remakes, the nostalgic fiber of the others leads them irremediably to fall for these productions. Just look at the excitement generated by the announcement of Metal Gear Solid 3 Remake.
Not to mention that very often young players are interested in old licenses, without wanting to get into old-fashioned titles. Besides, is there a studio better placed than Capcom to show the love players have for remakes? After those of Resident Evil 2 And 3the Japanese company published, last March, the remake of the legendary Resident Evil 4. What will be next? Capcom asks you the question directly.
Capcom Asks Fans About the Upcoming Resident Evil Remake
On its official website, Capcom has published a questionnaire aimed at fans of D. It includes many questions, such as the titles of the series that you have played or if you follow the official accounts on social networks… And at the end of the survey, a very intriguing question: which remakes of resident Evil you would like to see released soon.
Engage its community directly, this is a very good idea from the studio. And a rather deft way to get the fans excited. If Capcom continues to release remakes in chronological order, the next one could be Resident Evil 5… Some clues even seem to confirm the thing in Resident Evil 4 Remake. However, given the virulent criticism of lovers of the saga towards the title, it could be that the studio opts for another option. Unless it aims to make a reboot outright. Especially if the opinions collected by Capcom thanks to its survey really weigh in the balance…
Any announcements about RE at Summer Game Fest?
Remember that for a few months, rumors of a potential remake of Resident Evil: Code Veronica are heard. For once, it is indeed the fans who are pushing for the studio to update the title that appeared on Dreamcast, PS2 and Gamecube in the 2000s. Should we expect Capcom to speak on this subject soon? Remember that the Japanese firm will participate in the Summer Game Fest, which begins on June 8. The public is impatiently awaiting news around the future of the license, which remains rather vague for the moment, both concerning the next remake and the title which will succeed Resident Evil Village.