Resident Evil 9 & Code Veronica Remake Show Up In New Listing

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Resident Evil 9 Seemingly Titled Revenant Shadows!

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  • A reliable leaker recently discussed Resident Evil 9 and various new remakes.
  • Days after the leak, a listing for Resident Evil 9 Revenant Shadows appeared online.
  • PS5 versions of Code Veronica and Resident Evil 0 were also spotted.

While nothing has been officially announced regarding Resident Evil 9, a reliable leaker in the industry, Dusk Golem, recently stated that the game has been delayed internally and may not be released next year.

Interestingly, a retail listing for this entry has now shown up online. It seems this game is titled Resident Evil 9 Revenant Shadows.

Why it matters: These listings could mean that Capcom is preparing to announce the games in the near future.

Resident Evil 9
Resident Evil 9 Retail Listing On Play Asia

As seen above, the store has been updated with a retail listing of Resident Evil 9, which has been rumored to be in development for years. While the listing doesn’t reveal much, it confirms that the game is in development.

Resident Evil 9: Revenant Shadows is the latest installment in the iconic survival horror series by Capcom.

-Official Retail Listing

This is likely to be placeholder text until there is an official announcement regarding Resident Evil 9, but nothing regarding the release date has been found on the listing.

Moreover, listings for Resident Evil 0 and Code Veronica have also shown up. The same insider recently stated both titles would be remade by Capcom, so these listings have added weight to the recent rumors.

Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake
Resident Evil Code Veronica Has Been One Of The Most Highly Requested Remakes

Interestingly, Resident Evil 5 has also been listed for the PS5.

Prior to recent updates, this game was heavily rumored to be receiving a remake. The description suggests that new technology was developed specifically for the game to improve the gameplay and world.

The store has not shared the release date of any of the above-mentioned titles, and Capcom has yet to make an official announcement regarding the recent rumors. Therefore, it’s best to wait for an official word in this situation.

Fortunately, with gaming showcase season right around the corner, an announcement could be much closer than anticipated. Multiple sources have also corroborated the reports, so there is a lot to be excited about.

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