Capcom Teases a Resident Evil 3 Remake………… Again

Capcom hasn’t confirmed a remake of Resident Evil 3, but reports have made this claim for it. The company has also seemingly teased the project on numerous occasions, including recently. Earlier this week, the official Resident Evil Facebook account made a post advertising the franchise’s sale over on Steam. And what image did they use for the post? An image of Resident Evil 3, which interesting because Resident Evil 3 isn’t even available on Steam.

Why use a Resident Evil 3 cover? It wasn’t all that popular. If you wanted to use an image from the series, why not use Resident Evil 5 or 6 as they are the best-selling entries. Or use Resident Evil 7 or Resident Evil 2 remake since they are the newest releases . Or you may even use Resident Evil 4 given that it’s widely considered the best entry in the franchise. But to use Resident Evil 3 is a bit odd.

Leaked Images

Some new art has surfaced online that seems that the remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis a very real thing. Fans should be on the look out for an announcement soon. The game, which first released in 1999, has been rumored to be getting the remake for a long time now. This art reveal is the first look at what appears to be the game’s designs.

The new art comes courtesy of a service that basically scrapes the latest additions to PlayStation Network. It has caught multiple different iterations of some kind of Resident Evil 3 video game being added.

New Look for Jill Valentine?

New Resident Evil 3 remake artwork surfaced on PlayStation Network, confirming that Capcom is working on the remake that has been the subject of many reports and rumors recently. Since then another look at Jill Valentine, the protagonist of the Resident Evil 3, is sporting a new look. This new look at Jill, which surfaced over on Reddit, is our best look at the character yet.

Capcom has yet to officially announce a remake of Resident Evil 3.

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