Cette découverte coïncide avec l'apparition d'un nouveau leak concernant un titre Resident Evil qui sortirait en 2021.
Apparemment ce ''Resident Evil 2021'' a été développé à la base pour être un spinoff mais il aurait été réorienté en épisode principal numéroté.
Source : https://twistedvoxel.com/resident-evil- ... date-2021/First, Aesethic Gamer on Twitter, also known by his nick DuskGolem, has shared some spicy new rumors regarding a new Resident Evil game in 2021. According to Dusk Golem, this game started development in 2016 and by the time it will launch, it will have a development cycle of 4 to 4.5 years. This lines up with a rumored 2021 release window.
After the rumor about a 2021 release was out in the wild, fans were quick to notice that the Resident Evil 3 Remake demo trailer has cleverly hidden a release date for a new Resident Evil game in 2021. It is listed as January 28, 2021. You can view the trailer on YouTube and need to pause it in an exact moment to grab the frame which clearly displays a 2021 release date. The font with the day is in red indicating this is a new Resident Evil project.
This new game appears to take a different tone than the currently released projects so it will be interesting to see what they can achieve with the upcoming game.
Source : https://whatculture.com/gaming/leaked-2 ... ff-34-fansFollowing up on information they revealed in January, known insider Aesthetic Gamer (aka Dusk Golem) has teased what's to come next for the survival-horror series.
In a series of tweets, the insider revealed that Capcom has pencilled in a 2021 release date for the next Resident Evil, and that it might "piss off" some fans by being out-there and different from the previous games. Whether this is a full Resident Evil 8 wasn't mentioned, but it was teased that the project has been in production for over three years at this point.
Tantalisingly, they also cryptically stated that the game's life so far has resembled the original Resident Evil 3. Initially, that title was conceived as a spin-off but was then re-tooled to be an official numbered sequel, which might be the same trajectory of this project. It would explain why it's so different, and why some fans might be a bit miffed.
Alongside this, it's also been revealed that a date has been hidden in the trailer for the Resident Evil 3 Remake demo, highlighting 01.28.2021.