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Resident Evil 3 incident report recounts the story so far

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You’d assume that these with even a passing curiosity in video video games is aware of the grim story of Resident Evil and its troubled ‘berg, Raccoon City. It’s a story that includes a shady company, a mysterious mansion, a police station bafflingly designed round block-pushing puzzles, and one doomed gun retailer proprietor.

But simply in case you want a fast refresher course earlier than the launch of Resident Evil 3 subsequent month, Capcom has launched a brand new “Incident Report” video, basically giving followers a heads-up on the gory story that has led to Jill Valentine’s tiptoe by means of the carnage and madness left within the wake of the T-virus outbreak.


The video makes use of clips and cutscenes from earlier Resi releases – together with Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil, and Resident Evil 2 – to summarise the machinations of the dreaded Umbrella Corporation, and the efforts of the S.T.A.R.S. rescue squad to analyze the outbreak. Sadly, the report chooses to showcase remake footage, as I’d have personally liked to see them combine these ’90s FMV scenes.

Resident Evil 3 launches April Three on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. A demo (which you’ll be able to learn extra about right here) goes dwell on all platforms tomorrow.

Resident Evil 3 incident report recounts the story so far

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