Resident Evil Fan Remake

Take a look at these amazing fan remakes of Resident Evil 1 & Resident Evil Code Veronica

It appears that an indie team is currently working on fan remakes of Resident Evil 1 and Resident Evil Code Veronica. These two projects are currently in an amazing development state, and you can find below two videos from them. These videos will give you an idea of what you can expect from them.

The team behind these two projects aims to release the Resident Evil 1 Remake sometime in 2022. This fan remake will feature an over-the-shoulder third-person perspective, similar to Resident Evil 2 Remake and Resident Evil 3 Remake. Similarly, Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake will be in third-person.

In Resident Evil 1 Remake, players will manage their inventory, find defense knives to quickly run away from a zombie about to bite them. Additionally, they’ll be able to use their flashlight whenever they want. The game will also have a dodge mechanic, and a good amount of weapons to choose from.

On the other hand, Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake will have new animations and a new Zombies system. These new zombies will be similar to those of Resident Evil 2 Remake and Resident Evil 3 Remake. Furthermore, it will have the dodge mechanic that Capcom used in Resident Evil 3 Remake.

Lastly, and as the team stated, it will cancel these fan remakes once, and if, Capcom sends it a C&D letter. And, to be honest, I’m pretty sure that this will happen soon.

But anyway, go ahead and watch the following videos as they look amazing!


Trailer Resident Evil CodeVeronica

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