Although initially suffering from some technical difficulties, Capcom managed to deliver their gameplay preview of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and much like its remade predecessor, every bit of it simply screams quality, be it visual, sound or storytelling.
No worries, the technical difficulties were only on the part that displayed the trailer, and as soon as Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake gameplay started - it all went back to normal. The gameplay demo was on PlayStation 4, by the way, and it looked as smooth as butter.
Capcom reminded that Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake comes with the dodge mechanic, which lets you shake zombies off. Apparently, many players in RE2 went instinctively went for button-mashing once bit, unsurprisingly so, and Nemesis will put that to work.
Ideally, Nemesis players will want to be going for the perfect dodge, which will let you feel like the ultimate badass. Well, other than taking down hordes of zombies with Jill, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake's protagonist.
Capcom didn't exactly reveal every detail from and possible avenue in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake's gameplay preview. Much like with the similar stream they had for the predecessor, they wanted to leave the element of surprise for players who'd rather go at their own pace and peek into every nook and cranny.
Interestingly enough, the entire chat was anxious to see how it looks when Jill finally gets munched down by zombies, and it was such a unanimous decision that it was impossible to refuse.
As you'd expect, fans were already calling for a demo, which Capcom confirmed will be coming for sure. This does make sense for more than one reason. If you go back to Resident Evil 2 Remake, its one-shot let players go through 30 minutes of the game and was a great success in its own right.
It amassed 3 million downloads in 10 days since it launched, which ultimately foreshadowed the full version's success.
If there's anything to be nitpicky about, it's that Resident Evil 3: Nemesis gameplay preview was a bit on the short side. On the other hand, we know what to expect, so all that's left is to wait for is 3 April 2020 launch.
You can find the Twitch stream of
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis gameplay here
. We'll be including the YouTube version above as soon as it's up, as Capcom seem to have had some trouble live streaming there.