Destructive Creations has announced that it will release the Resident Evil-inspired horror game, Daymare: 1998. Daymare: 1998 is being created by Invader Studios; a team that was previously working on a fan remake of Resident Evil 2.
Daymare: 1998 is based on the cancelled Resident Evil 2 Reborn project, is built on the Unreal Engine 4, and will have the legendary Director of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and planner on the original 1996 Resident Evil, Kazuhiro Aoyama, as its Producer Associate.
In Daymare 1998, players are expected to survive to this waking nightmare that has its roots in a nostalgic mood. The game’s narration is full of direct references to the pop culture of the 90’s and the modern gameplay mechanics aim to fit perfectly with the old school survival horror atmosphere.
Daymare: 1998 also boasts the contribution of Capcom’s former game artist Satoshi Nakai (Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil Code Veronica) who is currently working on the design of the deadly creatures that will haunt the game.
In order to celebrate this announcement, Destructive Creations has also released some new screenshots that you can find below!
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