Capcom have officially revealed the next Resident Evil game named Project Resistance. Judging by the teaser trailer, it looks like a four-player co-op game using online multiplayer. Capcom describe it as a team-based survival horror.
After a successful Resident Evil 2 remake, which was accepted positively by both gaming critics and fans, Capcom are readying another Resident Evil game but this time, it's a bit different and it won't be your standard survival horror experience from the already mentioned remake or previous instalments in the series such as Resident Evil 4.
Instead, Capcom are bringing us a four-player co-op game named Project Resistance. Capcom describe the game as a "brand-new team-based survival horror experience" and judging by the released teaser trailer, Project Resistance could be very similar to Resident Evil Outbreak.
The trailer shows us a variety of characters with all sorts of weapons. There are melee weapons like baseball bats but for those who prefer firepower, the trailer shows a shotgun and handgun. Also, expect a lot more weapons to be revealed in the near future.
At the moment, the title of the game is officially Project Resistance and by the looks of it, the game will be keeping this name. As for the gameplay, Capcom plan to show some footage at their booth during the Tokyo Game Show. The publisher confirmed earlier that Japanese residents will get to see the game but only if they've registered in advance.
Unfortunately, there are no details about the worldwide gameplay reveal or when exactly can we expect Project Resistance to release. However, it's possible that Capcom aim to release Project Resistance sometime in January 2020. January has been a month for the release of both Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil 2 Remake so it's probably the best guess at the moment.
On the game's official website, Capom state that more information will be coming on Thursday, 12 September 2019 at 1:00 AM UTC.
Project Resistance will be released on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.