Your project will offer options to play with fixed camera angles, or with a third person camera a la RE 2 Remake.
Capcom surprised fans a couple of years ago with the release of Resident Evil 2 Remake, a faithful recreation of the classic survival horror, with a completely new look, and all the terror of an infected Raccoon City. A year later we received that Resident Evil 3 Remake that continued the work of the studio, and, at the end of this year, a new version of Resident Evil 4 will arrive in VR for Oculus Quest. And what about Resident Evil Code: Veronica?
That’s what this group of fans must be thinking, like share DSOGaming, who have decided to act to bring back what, for many, is the true successor to Resident Evil 2. This is how this Resident Evil Code: Veronica remake in Unity, an unofficial project that seeks to offer both the original horror game experience and fresher gameplay, inspired by the latest remakes.
In fact, Resident Evil Code: Veronica remake will feature two game modes: a ‘classic’ mode, with fixed camera angles and maps like the originals, and a ‘remake’ mode, with a third person camera and small modifications in the scenarios to adapt them to this control. Of course, all this accompanied by a revamped graphics and gameplay, so that “you can relive the events of Rockfort Island in a whole new way.”
Since this is an unofficial fan project, in the remake website make it clear that are not for profit: “We will not accept money or donations from anyone, this is a project we do for our love of the saga and for fun.” With a Capcom in a state of grace, and who is not afraid to go back to his classics To boost their catalog, we’ll see if those from Osaka decide once and for all to re-adapt this Resident Evil Code: Veronica. Until then, we can only keep track of this project, and enjoy games like Resident Evil 8: Village.
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