new Resident Evil incoming: RE7 director returns
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new Resident Evil incoming: RE7 director returns

Jul 01, 2024 10:42 PM

Capcom has officially confirmed that Resident Evil 9 is currently in development. The announcement was made during the Capcom Next Summer 2024 stream. Koshi Nakanishi, the director of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, will lead the development of the new installment. Nakanishi, who has a long history with the Resident Evil franchise, expressed that deciding on the direction for the new game was challenging but ultimately satisfying. Capcom has not yet disclosed specific details about the upcoming Resident Evil 9.

Aside from Resident Evil 9, Capcom also revealed updates on other projects during the summer showcase. This includes the release date for the Dead Rising Deluxe Remaster and a new demo for Kunitsu-Gami. Fans can look forward to these exciting developments as more information becomes available.

When will Resident Evil 9 be released?

Capcom has not yet announced an official release date for Resident Evil 9. Stay tuned for future updates from the company.

Background Information: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, directed by Koshi Nakanishi, played a pivotal role in revitalizing the Resident Evil series with its first-person perspective and intense horror elements. It was highly praised for returning to the franchise’s survival horror roots. The recent titles in the series, such as Resident Evil Village and the Resident Evil 4 Remake, have continued to receive critical acclaim and maintain the franchise's relevance. Fans eagerly await what Resident Evil 9 will bring under Nakanishi’s direction.

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