The Gamstat game tracker website has added some new particularly interesting game covers today. The website specializes in tracking all kinds of content that is being uploaded to the PlayStation Store and, therefore, is a credible source for the next new games. Among his most recent tracked data are three covers for Resident Evil 3 Remake. Here they are.
Capcom has successfully revitalized the former survival and horror franchise Resident Evil after the action-oriented divisive RE6 of 2012. Upon returning to its horror roots, RE7 once again managed to surprise and scare players around the world. But that was only the beginning of Capcom's redemption arch. The Japanese editor spared no expense and finally did what the fans have been asking for for decades by giving the iconic Resident Evil 2 a complete remake treatment. RE2 ended up being not only a great remake in its own right, but one of the best games of 2019. Period.
Naturally, the immense success of RE2 Remake generated speculation about whether Capcom continued to redo its classic retro. The most natural setting will be the sequel to RE2 and today, this speculation is quite confirmed. Gamestat is tracking and tracking games and media that are added to the PlayStation Store, so your findings can be trusted. What we are seeing are three different game covers for Resident Evil 3 Remake. There is a banner for the regions of America and Europe that show the Resident Evil regional nomenclature, while the Japanese region receives Biohazard. This is how Resident Evil has been called in Japan from the beginning. In these new covers, we can also see the new design of the protagonist Jill Valentine and the main enemy Nemesis. The independent developer and moderator of Resetera, Dusk Golem, also known as AestheticGamer, also shared a better image of Jill.
As there is no official word from Capcom, we suspect that Resident Evil 3 Remake will be officially announced very soon. The most likely scenario is an announcement at the Game Awards this year. The place has been traditionally used by publishers to announce new titles, in addition to celebrating the best games of the year. Stay tuned for more information on December 13 when The Game Awards will be held.