Resident Evil 2 Remake 2018 Release Makes A Whole Lot Of Sense

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Although we all know that the new Resident Evil 2 Remake is being developed right now, nobody really knows when the game is going to arrive and where the developers are at now.

While most people believe that the game could actually be arriving this year, a fair few thinks that we are being a little too optimistic and that Capcom will only release it in 2018.

According to some of the fans, 2018 will be the 20th years since the Resident Evil 2 was released and it made sense that Capcom would want to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of their Resident Evil 2 game with the release of the remake version. If that is the case, it is possible that we will not be seeing the Resident Evil 2 Remake at the upcoming E3 or any of the big game events this year.

At this point, all we know is that the developer will be building the game from the ground up. Based on the last remake, we can predict that they will be sticking very close to the game but fans are hoping that they will spice things up with a few extra rooms, new enemy position and also a new monster so that the game looks fresh and exciting when it arrives.

Do you think a 2018 release makes more sense?

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  1. Mason

    April 19, 2017 at 11:21 am

    Makes a lot of since , but I think they need to give us some news! I have been dying for anything a screen shot, a confirmation that things are going well with the remake, but nothing! Capcom needs to atleast give us some news, and I disagree with them my telling us anything at e3 this year, for a 2018 release the summer of 2017 would be the time to give some information, that’s a perfect amount of time to finish up the remake and assure fans it’s still coming. Camera angels need to be a option I think they need to stick to 3rd person ,with a option of first or second person like 4,5,6.

  2. Mason

    April 19, 2017 at 11:23 am

    I believe the remake will sell more than re7 and get back the number one title it deserves as the best selling resident evil game aiming side remake 1