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Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 Survey Asks About More Resident Evil Remakes and Sequels

A Capcom Twitter account has called attention to an official Resident Evil 3 survey asking people things like what they thought about the remake, if they bought it, and what they thought about the demo. However, once you really get into the questionnaire, an eye-catching question appears. Specifically, it asks how likely the person responding would be to buy additional Resident Evil remakes and sequels.

The questions will come up in the Resident Evil 3 survey once someone has already talked about things like where they saw ads for the game, if they own it, and if they played the demo. In the English version of the survey, the first question asked is, “If a new remake title of "Resident Evil" series is released, would you like to purchase?” This is followed by, “If a sequel of "Resident Evil" series is released, would you like to purchase?” Both questions are required and followed by Capcom asking which Resident Evil games the person has played, and the survey ends after all questions on this page are answered and responses are confirmed.

Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 Survey Asks About More Resident Evil Remakes and Sequels

People who want their voices to be heard, regarding Resident Evil remakes and sequels, can take the survey now. It is available in English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. People who complete it will receive three wallpapers for PCs and mobile devices that feature Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil Resistance logos.

Resident Evil 3 is available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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