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Capcom drops new Resident Evil 3 trailer, warns physical copies may be delayed

Release date nonetheless set for April 3

Capcom has warned that the bodily launch of its upcoming remake Resident Evil 3 would possibly see delays in European markets, because of the lockdown laws put in place whereas the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic continues to have an effect on lives and companies worldwide.

A brand new assertion posted on Capcom’s official Twitter notes that whereas the survival horror remake remains to be set for launch on April 3, it’s doable that the sport will solely be purchasable digitally in Europe, with the supply of bodily orders doubtlessly delayed. As many excessive avenue retailers have additionally closed their doorways for the foreseeable future, in-store purchases in some international locations are equally unlikely.

“We are closely following official regulations to ensure we are prioritising the safety of our fans, employees and partners,” mentioned Capcom within the assertion. “As such we are in frequent communication with our local distribution and retail partners in each market to make copies available once local import conditions allow. Please check with your local retailer for further updates regarding individual orders and availability of Resident Evil 3 physical copies and collector’s editions.”

In associated information, the writer launched a brand new trailer for the journey, specializing in its lead hero and one in every of gaming’s most notable protagonists, the incomparable Jill Valentine. You can take a look at the preview beneath. Resident Evil 3 launches on PS4, PC and Xbox One April 3.

Resident Evil 3 remake physical copies may be delayed [Eurogamer]

Capcom drops new Resident Evil 3 trailer, warns physical copies may be delayed

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