Capcom may be looking for game testers for a new Resident Evil game

Capcom Division 1, the team behind the Resident Evil and Devil May Cry series, has sent out a recruitment email to Resident Evil Ambassadors. According to the email, the company is looking for game testers for a brand new game.

Now what’s really interesting here is that Capcom wants to incorporate the feedback of all Ambassadors into its development. Moreover, the fact that Capcom sent this email exclusively to Resident Evil gamers could mean that this new title may be a part of the series.

Below you can find the full email message that Capcom sent to the Japanese Resident Evil Ambassadors.

“To all Resident Evil Ambassadors,

Thank you for your patronage regarding the Resident Evil series.

Today, we are letting you know that we are recruiting testers for a game that’s in development!!

We are interested in incorporating the feedback of all Ambassadors into our development, so please read the details below and, if you are interested in participating, click the Entry button.”

As we’ve already reported back in May 2019, Capcom is currently developing numerous titles in the RE Engine. Earlier rumours also suggested that the team could be working on a remake of Resident Evil 3.

Unfortunately, we still don’t know whether a Resident Evil 3 Remake is indeed under development or not. On the other hand, Gamescom 2019 is right around the corner so who knows; we may find out more about Capcom’s plans during that event.

In case you are die-hard Resident Evil 3 fans, I strongly suggest downloading this ESRGAN AI-enhanced HD Texture Pack. This mod upscales all FMVs, backgrounds & 3D model textures, and is easily one of the best ways to replay Resident Evil 3.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted, so stay tuned for more!

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John Papadopoulos

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