Although it is just a teaser at the moment, Capcom has confirmed that they will make a formal announced on September 9 at 15:00 UTC (16:00 BST, 11:00 ET, 08:00 PT).
Project Resistance appears to have a "regular people try to survive the apocalypse" vibe, which has led many to believe that the new game will be similar in vein to the ahead of its time co-op adventure Resident Evil: Outbreak.
And fans have managed to uncover the first images of the title by rummaging through this YouTube link. And if not a remake, then a new Outbreak game, or a compilation of Outbreak 1 + 2 (the latter of which was titled "File #2)".
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City was a multiplayer spinoff that came out for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2012. In the meantime the publisher will release Project REsistance, a new title that hints at a multiplayer focus.
"Watch the teaser trailer on September 9 at 3:00PM [UTC]". We're also advised to stay tuned to the site for future updates.
Capcom will debut its new Resident Evil game at Tokyo Game Show 2019 this September, but it may be an online live service game instead of a mainline sequel. It also mentions that gameplay will be shown off at TGS by the dev team.
The Internet on the other hand, has a few different ideas and thanks to some digging it looks like a few early screens for the game have been dug up.
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