'Project Resistance' Resident Evil Teaser Trailer Showcases Team Survival

'Project Resistance' Resident Evil Teaser Trailer Showcases Team Survival

'Project Resistance' Resident Evil Teaser Trailer Showcases Team Survival

From what we can tell from this teaser, it looks like Project Resistance might be utilizing the asymmetric approach found in other horror-themed survival games like Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th: The Game. Come to the booth's stage to see members of the development team show off gameplay!

Titled Project Resistance, it doesn't sport the Resident Evil name, but it does contain its awful monsters and our old pal, Mr X, who is being remote-controlled and sent to kill some teens.

It starts with a group of young characters finding themselves locked in a room by an unseen enemy.

Resident Evil was followed by a massively successful sequel in 1998, and 1999's Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and 2000's Resident Evil CODE: Veronica continued the series' atmospheric blend of puzzle solving, combat, and exploration. Simultaneously, Mr. X, a popular Resident Evil baddie emerges behind a locked door with glowing red eyes, suggesting that he's being controlled. When it comes to projects like Operation Raccoon City and Umbrella Corps.not so much.

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Are you excited for the debut of Project Resistance?

I've always thought Capcom displayed surprising restraint in not just making a Left 4 Dead rip-off when Valve's game was tearing up the zombie game scene.

Resident Evil: Project Resistance doesn't have a release date at the moment, but it's reportedly due in 2020. It will release for PC via Steam, as well as Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Project Resistance is set to feature at Tokyo Game Show 2019.

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