Resident Evil Code Veronica Is Capcom’s Next Remake, Hints Insider

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Development May Have Begun One Year Ago!

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  • Remakes of Resident Evil Zero and Code Veronica seem to be in development.
  • A leaker suggests Resident Evil 1 is not getting a remake.
  • He also hints that the aforementioned projects may have begun development last year.

When Capcom initiated its remake strategy with Resident Evil 2 in 2019, it set a new benchmark for remakes in the gaming industry. The success and essence of this remake were carried forward to subsequent re-releases.

However, many fans were disappointed with the decision to skip beloved entries in the franchise, such as Resident Evil 1, Zero, and, most notably, Code Veronica. Fortunately, it seems that Capcom is ready to realize the potential of these games.

A reliable Resident Evil leaker has revealed that Resident Evil Zero and Code Veronica are being remade.

Why it matters: Capcom has excelled with its remake strategy, staying true to the original releases while introducing innovative elements, resulting in an exceptionally rich experience.

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Leaker Dusk Golem recently mentioned that he heard about these projects over a year ago, implying that the games have been in development for at least 12 months.

Both Resident Evil Zero and Code Veronica are crucial for understanding the Resident Evil narrative. Including these games in the remake process is essential for new fans to grasp the storyline fully.

These entries, especially Resident Evil Code Veronica, have been in high demand from fans. Code Veronica is often considered a mainline entry due to its significant ties to the overall narrative and focus on core gameplay mechanics.

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Moreover, Dusk Golem also suggests that Capcom is not remaking Resident Evil 1 despite the recent reports. Therefore, Code Veronica’s remake may arrive much sooner than anticipated.

Elsewhere, the insider teased a delay for Resident Evil 9. This may mean that the remakes mentioned above are set to be this studio’s next releases before the mainline open-world entry.

It appears that Capcom is fully committed to the Resident Evil franchise, with multiple games reportedly in development.

While we are excited about these upcoming releases, we also hope to see the team focusing on other titles outside the Resident Evil franchise, particularly the Dino Crisis IP, which is another series that deserves the remake treatment.

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