The success of the Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 remake has encouraged Capcom to release a revamped version of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, one of the most critically-acclaimed video game titles of all time.
Less than six weeks remain until the remake will be released, but it appears that Capcom plans to attract more potential buyers with the help of a demo version. A post shared on a popular social media platform mentions that a demo for the title will appear soon.
At this point, the exact release date, available platforms, and the length remain a mystery, but more details should surface in the following days. The demo for the Resident Evil 2 remake was released three weeks before the official launch date of the game, which means that the demo for the upcoming title should drop in the next 14 days.
Resident Evil Remake 3 Might Launch Soon
Many gamers were surprised by the fact that the Resident Evil 2 remake demo was available for one time only, but the decision was well-received, with some voices saying that it chose to buy the full version more tempting.
As in the case of the other remakes, the revamped version of Resident Evil 3 will come with a selection of new additions and improvements. One of the exciting choices is represented by a new multiplayer mode that is known as Resident Evil Resistance.
Some may be disappointed by the decision to remove the popular The Mercenaries: Operation Mad Jackal mini-game, which offered the chance to blitz around Raccoon City as one of three playable characters. However, Capcom has assured the fans that the title will come with impressive graphics and an enhanced control scheme. It was also stated that the story would be changed, as new mechanics and segments will be added. The title will be released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on April 3.