Lately, a job interview with Resident Evil 7 game producer Masochika Kawata confirmed Resident Evil 2 Remake’s development. However, Kawata doesn’t know once the game is going to be announced as he isn’t area of the Resident Evil 2 Remake team. Meanwhile, Capcom can look within the Ps Experience 2016 next December 3 and 4. Will the Resident Evil 2 Remake release date be revealed within this Ps event?
HINTS OF REMAKE
In Yugatech’s interview with Kawata, producer says the Resident Evil 2 Remake producer continues to be working hard. Here’s what Kawata stated within the interview:
“There’s another producer for RE Remake 2, who’s working hard at this time. Everything we are able to have to say is hopefully that we’d have information to talk about soon. Allowing the original Outbreak would be a huge job for Capcom. It had been a distinctive game with internet along with other elements like this. To make a successor to that particular, it might need lots of planning from Capcom to have it right. However, we’re also always hearing what fans want, so that may be the impetus for all of us to creating a successor for your title.”
Kawata only responded with vague statements which didn’t reveal specifics concerning the Resident Evil 2 Remake release date or perhaps the remake from the multi-player Resident Evil Outbreak. Fans are only able to be confident that Capcom is actually developing the remake right now.
Ps EXPERIENCE APPEARANCE
Based on the US Ps Blog, Capcom can look within the approaching Ps Experience for that Capcom Cup finals. Technically, Capcom’s appearance is mainly meant for the road Fighter 5 tournament. However, the show may reveal new games visiting the Ps 4, specially the ones for Ps VR or individuals with 4K resolution. It’s entirely possible that Capcom will announce the Resident Evil 2 Remake release date in addition to PS4 Pro support in the event.
Presently, fans might have to wait after Resident Evil 7’s release in The month of january before Capcom starts speaking about Resident Evil 2 Remake much more. When we take Kawata’s word that Capcom recognizes fan demand, we’ll make sure to listen to Capcom soon if they would like to keep your interest for that remake.