Published: Tue, September 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Capcom unveil Project Resistance, watch the teaser trailer here!

Capcom unveil Project Resistance, watch the teaser trailer here!

Project Resistance is set to feature at Tokyo Game Show 2019. X, who is fresh in players minds following the release of the Resident Evil 2 Remake earlier this year.

What do you think of the Project Resistance Teaser Trailer? But while those games only allowed players to play in teams of two, Capcom has announced a game that allowed four-man teams. The title image of Project Resistance from the website has the "R" and the "E" in red while all the other letters are in white. There is a mysterious character watching them and releasing zombies and lickers to attack the characters as they progress through the facility. Today that trailer finally dropped, revealing not much more than what could be seen in those first few sneakily sourced images. Hopefully we'll learn a bunch more about the game later in the month.

It appears this could end up being the final title, but Capcom has yet to officially confirm that fact based on the brief trailer if Project Resistance might change in the future.

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All of it relies on how carefully the pre-rendered trailer matches the precise gameplay however the impression you get is that it's all motion, with little story. The new game is looking to fit an online survival multiplayer type where four players meet and try to survive either as long as possible or different environments.

As was speculated, the teaser does indeed star four characters with complementary equipment and skills teaming up to battle classic Resident Evil monsters.

Capcom is going to be revealing a lot more details at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show, which runs from September 12th until September 15th. Are you interested in playing a Resident Evil multiplayer game or do you prefer it as a single-player experience?

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