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Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 Collaboration Menu Will Include the Jill Sandwich

The official Capcom Cafe web site has shared extra particulars concerning its Resident Evil 3 Remake collaboration occasion. As previously announced, this occasion will enable followers to seize restricted time merchandise and check out unique collaboration occasion meals. The Capcom Cafe has lastly disclosed what will likely be on the menu. As a shock to none, the Jill Sandwich will likely be there. Additional merchandise, like postcards and coasters, can even be obtainable to acquire. Those who order drinks and different Resident Evil collaboration occasion meals have the chance to seize particular postcards as effectively.

Menu objects embody the “Nemesis Burger Plate,” “Jill Valentine Survival BLT Sandwich,” “Nemesis Rocket Launcher Parfait,” “T-Virus” syringe, and the “Carlos Oliveira.” Each of those Resident Evil themed foods and drinks objects will solely be obtainable for a restricted time. Ordering from this menu will internet you a particular Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 collaboration occasion place mat. Additionally, for each ¥3,000 spent you may be given a random postcard that includes characters from the anticipated remake. You can take a look at these unique objects beneath.

Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 Collaboration Menu Will Include the Jill Sandwich
Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 Collaboration Menu Will Include the Jill Sandwich


The collaboration occasion between the Capcom Cafe in Ikebukuro and Resident Evil Three will happen from April 9, 2020 to May 13, 2020.

Resident Evil 3 will come to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 3, 2020.

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