Capcom has no plans for another Resident Evil remake in 2024, insider claims
It has been claimed by a reputable insider that Capcom currently has no plans to release another remake of an older Resident Evil title next year, with a “big” game announcement coming soon.
According to Dusk Golem (via Reddit), a Resident Evil insider with a solid track record, the publisher's unannounced major title is unrelated to the franchise, and no remakes are currently planned for 2024. They also stated that the recent Code: Veronica remake rumor on 4chan is completely false.
Capcom previously confirmed that it would release a new "major title" by the end of its fiscal year in March 2024, which many believe to be Dragon's Dogma 2 after a March 22 release date was leaked a few weeks ago. It appears that this is likely correct, as the publisher typically makes announcements about new releases in its larger franchises, such as Devil May Cry and Monster Hunter, months in advance.
Rumors about the next RE remake began in June, following the huge success of RE4's remake, which prompted the company to ask fans what they wanted to see next from the franchise's previous entries. Code: Veronica was understandably the most popular choice, as its most recent release was an HD remaster for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
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