The remake of Resident Evil 3 has just hit PS4, Xbox One and PC, but given the brevity of the game, many have already beaten the horror of the remake. That’s why a lot of people wonder if there’s more content in the game. In response, Dusk Golem, an industry insider, suggested that no updates would leak into Resident Evil Resistance, the multiplayer part of the game.
Specifically, the industry insiders admit that they do not know the answer to this question, but they think that it is incredibly unlikely because, as they have heard recently, the development of the game was halted some time ago in favour of the team continuing with another project.
Of course, this request must be granted with a grain of salt. It’s not only unofficial, it may even be outdated. However, not only has Dusk Golem proven its reliability in the past, but the remake of Resident Evil 2 didn’t even receive a DLC, and it was much more popular and better received than Resident Evil 3.
Resident Evil 3 Remake is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC. At the time of release, no CSD or extra port was mentioned.
To find out more about news, media, rumors and leaks about the game, please take a moment to carefully review all our past and recent reports about a new edition of survival horror films by clicking here. In the meantime, you can read an excerpt of our official game report below to find out why we enjoyed it so much.
In 2019, Capcom really set a new benchmark for Resident Evil 2 remakes and showed how some of the iconic Resident Evil characters could look like in a new era of gaming. So the next logical step for the company will be to raise the bar even higher with the remake of Resident Evil 3, as we read at the beginning of our game overview. Some wise choices made in this last remake help achieve this goal by removing some frustrations and making the movements smoother than ever. The game sells some of the horror elements that characterize the franchise for a more action-oriented approach, but the result is a hybrid experience unlike any other and the best version of Raccoon City to come along in a long time.
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