Previously, we mentioned that Capcom will introduce a new Resident Evil game in September. The publisher of the game has finally broken its silence and has released a teaser of the game.
The first teaser was released earlier this week, giving us the first proper look at the new Resident Evil game. This new version of the game is named as Project Resistance which is an upcoming 4 vs 1 'asymmetrical co-op experience' set in the Resident Evil universe.
The announcement was made through an official twitter that said:
The game will now allow players to create a team of four and play as survivors. The players have access to a bunch of activities, e.g. They can run around, interact with stuff together, and try to escape a secret facility. Besides this, one player can take control of the Mastermind who usually runs around killing people around the facility. The mastermind will have access to security cameras to track survivors.
However, ever since the teaser of the game was released, players of the game have shown their disappointment over Twitter tagging it as 'project disappointments.' They are even demanding to bring back Biohazard Outbreak version where the players could participate simultaneously in one scenario; alternately, in single-player mode.
The publishers have not yet disclosed the release date of the game, but it will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam according to a report. A beta version of the new Project Resistance will be out in Japan by next month. We still have to wait and see if the game lives up to the expectation or not.