Resident Evil Code Veronica X feature

Fans are working on a Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake in Unity Engine

After the official remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, Capcom appears to be working on Resident Evil 4 Remake. Now as you may have noticed, the team has skipped a RE game that came right after RE3. That RE game is no other than Resident Evil Code Veronica. And since Capcom is not planning to remake it, some fans decided to create their own in Unity Engine.

This fan remake of Resident Evil Code Veronica will feature 3D environments and will be a third-person shooter. The remake aims to retain the style of the original game. Naturally, it will feature reimagined versions of all maps… or at least that’s the plan.

Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake will feature two modes; Remake and Classic. The Remake Mode will feature a third-person camera and faithful expanded scenarios. On the other hand, the Classic Mode will have fixed camera angles like the original game.

Furthermore, the game promises to feature new cinematics, new gameplay mechanics, expanded scenarios and puzzles, and save rooms.

Now while all this sounds too good to be true, the team released a gameplay video that appears to be quite polished (at least for a fan project). So, here is hoping that Capcom will not send them a C&D letter.

Enjoy the following gameplay videos and stay tuned for more!

Gameplay Resident Evil Codeveronica Remake Fan

RESIDENT EVIL: CODE VERONICA || FAN REMAKE | GAMEPLAY & FIRST LOOK

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