Resident Evil 3 Remake COUNTDOWN LIVE: News, Update, Leaks, Rumours and Release Date for Capcom's latest horror adventure on PS4, Xbox and PC
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Resident Evil 3 Remake COUNTDOWN LIVE: News, Update, Leaks, Rumours and Release Date for Capcom's latest horror adventure on PS4, Xbox and PC

Lloyd Coombes
1 April 2020

Resident Evil 3 Remake is just days away. Here are all the updates as they happen in the run-up to launch!

Resident Evil 3 Remake is launching on April 3rd on PS4, PC and Xbox One. That's just seven days until we can return to Raccoon City for the second year running after the excellent Resident Evil 2 Remake.

Players picking up the latest reimagining will get a bonus, too. That's because Project Resistance is included, a new asymmetrical multiplayer title that's essentially an entire game in itself.

Looking for the latest news? Check it out here!

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Resident Evil 8 Coming Next Year? - 1st April 2020

Resi 3 might not be out yet, but a reputable leaker has confirmed that the next mainline entry in the franchise (presumably Resident Evil 8) is being revealed soon.

Find out more here.

Reviews are Live – 30th March 2020

Reviews are finally live for Capcom's latest horror reimagining, which means the Metacritic score is as follows:

PlayStation 4 - 80

Xbox One - 86

PC - 76

That's some way off the Resident Evil 2 Remake from last year, but that doesn't mean it's not a great game in its own right.

New Trailer Released – 27th March 2020

Capcom has released a brand new trailer for Resident Evil 3 which focuses on protagonist Jill Valentine. Check it out below:

Physical Copies Of Resident Evil 3: Remake Could Be Delayed? – 27th March 2020

With just a week to go until release, it sounds as though there are concerns about physical copies of the game reaching players in time.

As you'd imagine, this is due to the ongoing effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, so if you're desperate to play on release date you might want to pick up the game digitally. 

You can see Capcom's full statement below.

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