Fan remakes Resident Evil: Code Veronica And First installments have been cancelled.
- This is the reason intervention Brand owner Capcom’s lawyers.
- Fans aren’t going to fight the Japanese publisher. They took down the projects official website and social media accounts dedicated to them.
- Both remakes should run on the Unity engine.
- This October, the authors released an early demo of a refreshed version of the first one Resident Evil. It has also been removed, but there may still be a few glasses left online for those interested.
Creating such projects is always risky. Some companies ignore them, allowing them to be released, but many publishers do not tolerate such ventures and are forced to stop work with the help of threats or lawsuits.
Capcom may have more incentive to pull off such projects. In recent years, the Japanese company has released its own remakes of classic installments of the series in the form of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3, and there are also plans for a refreshed Resident Evil 4. So a facelift like this is likely waiting Code Veronica And the first part of the series.
Finally, let’s remember that it’s a remake Resident Evil 4 It is scheduled for release on March 24, for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 4. Those who purchased the PS4 release can upgrade to the PS5 release for free.