Capcom Promises That Resident Evil 3 Remake Will Not Be Delayed

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The Resident Evil 3 remake is expected to launch on April 3 and Capcom has assured fans that the game will not be delayed past its release date. The developer also stated that the game's development is around 90% complete, which further assures that the game will be in line with the announced release date. In an interview with Famitsu, Capcom's Peter Fabiano and Masachika Kawata promised that the game will not be delayed beyond April 3.

Why this announcement is important is because the Resident Evil 2 remake, which was released a year ago, was notoriously delayed before its eventual release. It is nice on the developer's part to assure fans that such an issue won't occur with the Resident Evil 3 remake.

It is also quite remarkable of Capcom to release the Resident Evil 3 remake just 15 months after the RE2 remake's release. One must also consider the sizeable multiplayer content, Resident Evil: Resistance, that is coming along with the Resident Evil 3 remake. Capcom has been developing both RE: Resistance and RE3 on the same engine and it makes sense to release them in a single package. The reason for the RE3 remake's short wait time is because Capcom was already working on RE3 when RE2 released.The devs claim that the Resident Evil 3 remake is going to be more fun and scary than the Resident Evil 2 remake.

Resident Evil 3 was a classic for many Resident Evil fans. When Capcom announced that they were remaking the classic RE2, fans couldn't be more happy. The remake was a success among fans, which set the ground and increased the hype for the RE3 remake. In Resident Evil 3, players join Jill Valentine, who is escaping the nightmarish ruins of the city. Every nook and cranny is now filled with relentless hordes of zombies ready to devour you.

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