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New Resident Evil project, Project Resistance, to be announced on September 9th

Earlier this month, we informed you about a new Resident Evil game. And it appears we were right. Capcom has launched a teaser website, announcing that it will officially reveal a brand new Resident Evil project on September 9th.

This Resident Evil project, Project Resistance, will be revealed during the Tokyo Game Show 2019 event. Capcom will release a teaser trailer on September 9th at 3:00PM UTC.

Furthermore, Capcom will showcase Project Resistance at its booth during the Tokyo Game Show 2019 event. According to the Japanese company, members of the development team will show off some gameplay at Capcom’s booth.

“Come to the booth’s stage to see members of the development team show off gameplay! This will be the world’s first look at the game, so you won’t want to miss it!”

Tokyo Game Show 2019 attendees will be able to play Project Resistance by advance registration. This opportunity is only available for residents of Japan. Numbered tickets to play Project Resistance will be handed out to TGS attendees on a first-come-first-served basis in the morning. Moreover, afternoon play sessions will only be available to those with advance reservations.

According to rumours, Capcom has been working on Resident Evil 3 Remake. However, and since this game will be playable, we may be looking at a spin-off game. Its title also indicates a spin-off project and not a main RE game.

Project Resistance’s source code reveals that this game will come out on PS4, Xbox One and Steam. Unfortunately, and other than that, there aren’t any additional details in its source code.

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