Resident Evil: Code Veronica Fan version will be released this year


Remake version for fans Resident Evil: Code Veronica will be released this year. The project team has shared a new trailer, providing the first images of some familiar locations and enemies from the original game.

The project is called Resident Evil Code Veronica Fan Remake and is currently being worked on by a group of fans with a plan to release it in three parts (each part has a play time of about four hours and will be released for free). The developers of the project marked the end of 2021 with an 8-minute trailer introducing the fight against zombies, Bandersnatch and even Tyrant. Viewers also witnessed Claire Redfield’s first meeting with the infamous Lord Alfred Ashford.

Resident Evil Code Veronica Fan Remake builds on the recent official Remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3, with a behind-the-scenes perspective instead of the fixed camera in the original game and an almost identical user interface. identical. However, this is a non-profit fan project, so some details in the Remake are still quite rough and lacking in features.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica was originally released as an exclusive by Dreamcast, but poor sales and the console’s short lifespan prevented Code Veronica from receiving the attention it deserved. Even though the extended version of the game was ported to PS2 and HD Remakes appeared on later consoles, Code Veronica still pales in comparison to other games in the Resident Evil franchise.


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