If you have been a huge fan of the Resident Evil series since the 90’s and were a huge fan of the trilogy of games that Capcom had released from ’96-’99 then you will be happy to know that a remastered version of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is now currently in development. Based on what we know online rumors have been circulating as of late of a remastered version of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis being released sometime in 2020. The idea is that that the Resident Evil 2: Remake which came out back in January 2019 was highly successful and ended up becoming one of the most popular video games of this year. Since its release Resident Evil 2: Remake had reportedly sold at least 4.7 million copies worldwide by September 2019 and is a game that people still right now. As far as Residents Evil 3: Nemesis from ’99 is concerned many would argue that quality wise it was as good as Resident Evil 2. However, one of the main drawbacks from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis included it short length in comparison to its ’98 predecessor which is not surprising since it came out less than two years later from that time.

While Capcom’s development regarding a high definition remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is still considered to be a rumor it would not be surprising if it were true. Following the release of the Resident Evil 2: Remake back in January 2019 Capcom producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi had mentioned the possibility of remaking Resident Evil 3: Nemesis if the fan support was high enough. Also, it was reported by popular YouTuber named Spawn Wave that Resident Evil 3: Nemesis would be on the horizon next year; multiple gaming websites have alluded to the fact that Capcom is indeed working on the game as we speak. Hopefully, we will learn more details about the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake from Capcom within the next few weeks. If Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake is currently in development right now and is scheduled for a release next year then its possible that we might see it sometime before or during E3 2020.

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