RUMOUR: Resident Evil to be announced at TGS; will “go back to its roots” and will be “brutally scary”

Posted By | On 14th, Sep. 2011

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Resident Evil 6 has long been circulating in rumours. Capcom even teased the game at Comic-Con earlier. And now, EGM is reporting that Capcom will finally announce the game at their TGS conference, which takes place very soon.

An anonymous source told the site that the RE series will finally “go back to its roots” with an entire revamp and retain “what made Resident Evil so great to begin with,” as fans have been clamoring for over a year.

Capcom is also placing a “real emphasis” on making the game “brutally scary.” When Capcom was asked about this, they remained silent.

“Capcom has not made any announcements [about Resident Evil 6] and does not comment on rumors,” they said.

Recently, a CG artist’s LinkedIn profile also kind of revealed that RE6 is in development.

Stay tuned, we’ll keep you updated on this.


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