Here's a closer look at Project Resistance, the next Resident Evil game

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 12, 2019

The new Resident Evil game sees five players take part in four versus one online multiplayer matches. You will be able to directly control zombies and even step into the trench coat of the Tyrant, but there's no word on how those sequences will play out.

Together they must escape from the twisted Mastermind, ie, the fifth player. While four players will assume the role of hapless survivors, one Mastermind will be tasked with using security cameras in order to track his prey and lay traps.

These security cameras are also used to monitor where the Survivors are at, and obstacles are placed via a deck of cards at the Mastermind's disposal. Development is a partnership between Capcom and NeoBards Entertainment - the studio behind many past Capcom ports and remasters - and will be built in the RE Engine which powered recent hits like the Resident Evil 2 remake and Devil May Cry 5.

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The survivors, then, have to survive the Mastermind's traps while completing objectives and solving some light puzzles to progress.

The game is still known as Project Resistance, but Capcom says that is a working title.

Moving and pretending that I'm not a joke at this job, Capcom teased Project Resistance last week, followed up with a fancier trailer wherein the cast was left for dead (HA!) and now at the Tokyo Games Show we've finally gotten a good look at what the actual gameplay will be! The closed beta will run from October 4 through October 7. It is now being developed for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, and Steam. A release date has not been revealed yet.

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