This year, fans of the Resident Evil series were able to celebrate 25 years of the franchise with Village, the new co-op that allowed players to continue Ethan’s adventures. Capcom also announced the arrival of the popular RE: Verse, the online platform for the Resident Evil series that should bring together all the experience and licensing history of a multiplayer game.
What if Resident Evil Apocalypse was added to all of this? According to early rumors, it could be a brand new single player game, greatly inspired by Whom Among Us.
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In the last hours, an interesting image (see below) began to circulate in various video game forums. Regarding the latter, we can detect a certain apocalypse of Resident Evil, clearly in development. It will be a new third-person survival horror game described as the “final chapter of the story” for an iconic character from the saga. This would be a title that would connect Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil: Outbreak File 2.
Also according to the information in this image, we can read that Resident Evil Apocalypse will test players’ intuition to know: “Who are your friends or enemies”. The game will have an “innovative trust system”. According to the first rumors, the purpose of this composition was to find biological weapons. Of course, scammers are among your team. These are mechanics inevitably reminiscent of Between Us or First Class Trouble (itself very much inspired by Among Us).
It remains to be seen how Capcom intends to adapt the Between Us formula for a single player game. The game environment must take place in a ghost town, near the dark forests to put the player in a state of tension and deep fear. With this new opus, we must face the return of many cult creatures from the Resident Evil saga such as Wendigo or Goatman / Chupacabra.
According to preliminary information, this new version is expected to be released in the Resident Evil saga of 2024. Currently, some beta testers are testing these new gameplay mechanics. The project will only be in the early stages of its development.
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