he remake of Resident Evil 2 was a huge commercial success for Capcom. Fans loved the new visuals and the refined mechanics. There’s just something so special about revisiting Raccoon City and navigating the police station as Leon and Claire. Capcom really innovated the series in a way that prepares it for so many incredible possibilities. Capcom plans to take this momentum in Resident Evil 3 Remake, which is due out on April 3.
Already, this remake has so much to do. The screenshots were absolutely breathtaking. Never before have players been able to pass through a zombie-infested raccoon town like this. It seems like so many interesting areas to explore. During all this time, you will be in full alert for the Nemesis project. The first visuals and notes describe the dreaded
worth mentioning that there will be a fairly clear difference in gameplay compared to what was featured in Resident Evil 2 Remake. More specifically, this upcoming project seeks to orient itself more towards action. While Resident Evil 2 Remake was more of a slow-paced survival horror experience. Resident Evil 3 Remake Emphasizes More Action Compared To Resident Evil 2 Remake
It’s not like Capcom has to make a difference. The slower-paced conception immerses you more and makes you absorb everything. However, it seems that Capcom wanted to give Resident Evil 3 Remake a unique identity. Now there are more zombies on the streets that will favor more frequent action scenarios. On paper, it makes a lot of sense.
This game being more action oriented can also be attributed to the Nemesis project. It will follow you through the whole game, much like the Tyrant in the previous remake. Only, the Nemesis project is much stronger and fully equipped with an arsenal to shoot down a small army. It’s just that there are more action-packed scenarios as you find a way to escape