Get ready Resident Evil fans; a brand new Resident Evil is heading your way from Capcom by early 2016. Well, not really a new game, but a full HD remaster of the previously released Resident Evil Zero.
The upcoming game is said to be a prequel to the first Resident Evil game and will follow characters Billy Coen and Rebecca Chambers as they set out to discover the origin of the infamous T-virus.
In case you weren't aware, Resident Evil Zero was originally released on the GameCube back in 2002, followed up by a Wii version of the game in 2009. Following the success, back in 2014 (2015 internationally), Capcom released a hi-def version of the 2002 game Resident Evil.
As reported by Famitsu, Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster is currently set for an early Japan release in 2016. However, there's no word yet on an international release for the remastered title.
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