While the original series of Resident Evil movies weren’t exactly well-received by critics, it was still considered a financial success as it managed to gross over $1.2 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film series that is based on a video game, and those typically tend to do rather poorly.
If you’re a fan of Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise, you might be pleased to learn that Netflix has recently announced that they will be launching a new animated series called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness where it will be arriving on Netflix in 2021 and will be exclusive to the streaming platform.
Following the release of Resident Evil 7 several years ago, fans of the franchise are undoubtedly wondering about its sequel, Resident Evil 8. Earlier this year, we heard the rumors that the game could be launching in 2021, and the good news is that it looks like those rumors are true.
It has been several years since a new Resident Evil title was launched. The last major title that was released was back in 2017 in the form of Resident Evil 7, and Capcom has been filling that gap with remakes and remasters ever since. However, if you’re looking forward to a brand new Resident Evil game, you might have to wait until 2021.
It is unclear when Capcom will be launching Resident Evil 8, the next major installment in the Resident Evil franchise. However, according to a report from YouTube channel Resident of Evil, they have heard rumors that suggests that Capcom is expected to continue sticking with the first person perspective for the game.
The last time we saw Capcom introduce a new title in the Resident Evil franchise that wasn’t a remake or a remaster was back in 2017 with Resident Evil 7. For those who think that it might be time for Resident Evil 8, you might be in for a wait because according to a tweet by AestheticGamer, it will probably be a while before the game is complete.
As gamers are aware, Capcom had previously remade Resident Evil 2, one of the more classic titles in the Resident Evil franchise. While the company has revisited older titles in the past, they have mostly been remasters where they have had their graphics updated to better suit modern day gaming machines.
Back towards the end of August, Capcom teased an upcoming game called Project Resistance which seemed to be some kind of Resident Evil spin-off. A recently-released trailer revealed some additional details about the game, and now it looks like the game has been officially announced.
According to a report from a couple of weeks ago, it was suggested that Capcom might have a new Resident Evil game in the works. The company teased the upcoming game on a website titled “Project Resistance”, in which based on the logo, it left little to the imagination that it is somehow related to the Resident Evil franchise, although how exactly is unclear.
Could there be a new Resident Evil game in the works? If you’re a fan of the franchise, you might want to prepare yourselves because in a newly-launched website, Capcom is teasing something called “Project Resistance” which some believe could be a new Resident Evil project in development.
The Resident Evil series of movies weren’t particularly well-received, at least based on the reviews, but they were still popular enough to turn a profit, which explains why there were so many movies being made out of the franchise. However, it seems that the studios are finally getting another chance to make things right.
It wasn’t too long ago that Capcom released the Resident Evil 2 Remake. For those who missed the launch, basically this is a remake of the classic Resident Evil 2 title where it has been given brand new graphics that makes it feel like a modern game, instead of game that was originally released back in 1998.
Recently it was confirmed that Capcom will be releasing more Resident Evil titles onto the Nintendo Switch platform. This includes Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 which are expected to be made available on the 21st of May. These are obviously not new titles and are actually ports of older games.
Last year Capcom announced that they would be porting over some classic Resident Evil titles onto the Nintendo Switch. For those wondering when the games will be made available on the console, Capcom has since confirmed that Resident Evil HD Remaster, Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil 4 will be released on the 21st of May.