Resident Evil 3 Won't Have Multiple Endings Like the Original

Yolanda Curtis
January 12, 2020

Resident Evil 2's rebuilding was a huge success, and both critics and actors liked it, leading to expectations for a new Resident Evil remake.

As we continue to stare in disbelief as Capcom prepares to bring back Resident Evil 3 in a shinier package, more details about the upcoming remake has been revealed in a new interview with PlayStation Magazine UK. All this is from an upcoming interview in the United Kingdom edition of Playstation Magazine, which, at least according to Reddit, has many other juicy facts about the next title. While the general plotline is still the same, it seems like Capcom has made a number of changes since they told Official PlayStation Magazine (via Reddit) that the remake would not have alternate endings, unlike the original game. Project Nemesis will even be able to use weapons, which according to the source material, makes a lot of sense. For starters, there won't be multiple endings in this remake. The original game offered plenty of space to explore in the city of Racoon, so the same would be the case with the new game. While in the original game Nemesis appeared in some scripted sections, in this version he's free to appear in any part of Raccoon City to stomp a mudhole in your ass and walk it dry.


One of the biggest changes to the game will be the removal of the Mercenaries Mode, a popular feature on most Resident Evil games. The unlockable Mercenaries mode has also been stripped out of the remake. You'll certainly have to be on your A game if you wish to survive against his onslaught of bullets and sheer power.

"I think RE: 3 has more elements [changed] than RE: 2".


Gamers can also participate in pre-reported umbrella experiments outside of Raccoon Metropolis in the online uneven multiplayer recreation included in Resident Evil Resistance, formerly known as the provisional Venture Resistance title. That said, if Nemesis is similar to Tyrant, you can still make the "choice" to run like hell in the opposite direction.


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