Resident Evil is one of the most beloved franchises of all time, and it is the game that started put Zombie game genre into the spotlight. Things were looking good for the franchise, but after Resident Evil 5 the game drove into a different direction, which made the fans very angry. But Capcom redeemed its self by remastering their classic games, amongst which is Resident Evil 2.
That game was a critical and commercial success for Capcom. The game was praised and was one of the best games that released this year, and it has been nominated for the Game of the Year award too. But Capcom isn’t stopping there as there have been rumors that they are currently developing a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, with a plan to release it sometime in 2020.
This was first reported by a YouTube channel named Spawn Wave, which has published a video detailing the findings. These were all rumors, nothing has been confirmed yet, and Capcom hasn’t said anything about this as of writing this. But there is a great amount of chance that this project might be happening because of a recent interview.
Capcom said in an interview that they would most likely continue down the route of remakes, especially if fans show a continued interest. This was reported before the release of Resident Evil 2 that was a success for the company. With that success, there is a lot of chance for the game to be in development. There isn’t much revealed about it right now, but we will keep you update when we get some more news on this.