What you need to know
- Capcom has announced that a demo for the Resident Evil 3 remake is coming sometime in the future.
- We don't have any other details for the demo at this time.
- Resident Evil 3 remake is currently scheduled to release on April 3, 2020.
- You can preorder Resident Evil 3 remake for Xbox One for $60 from Amazon.
While players continue to anticipate the Resident Evil 3 remake, there's some good news. You won't have to wait until launch to get your hands on it, as Capcom has just announced that a Resident Evil 3 remake demo is on the way. We don't have any other details at the moment but we'll be sure to provide an update when the demo is fully detailed.
It was written in the STARS... 💫— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) February 25, 2020
A Resident Evil 3 Demo is on the way. We'll have more details in the near future! pic.twitter.com/wqN2AwI3pH
Resident Evil 3 remake is currently set to be available on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 on April 3, 2020. For another look at the game, you can check out some of the high-quality screenshots that have been released right here.
A glorious remake
Resident Evil 3 is back and more gorgeous than ever. The package not only includes the remake of the original game, but the multiplayer game Project Resistance, as well.
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