Many Resident Evil fans are quite excited about the future of the franchise, especially the upcoming release of the fourth title in remake mode. However, anyone else is upset with Capcom because they skipped a video game that they consider to be canon in the series, apparently Code Veronica. Speaking via an interview with the Noisy Pixel website, series producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi stated that there are no firm plans to develop a Resident Evil Code: Veronica remake, but did not completely rule out the possibility, saying that they would consider it if the opportunity arose. Doing it in the future, but not so sure. Originally this game was released on Dreamcast in 2000, it was an exclusive that SEGA got for its new console, however, in the end they couldn’t save themselves from the disaster that was coming. So Capcom didn’t want to abandon the game, so they decided to launch it on other consoles soon, including PS2 and Gamecube. It’s worth mentioning that platforms like Xbox 360 and PS3 still have this video game in their catalog, so new users should be able to buy it on their consoles without any problems. Surprisingly, there are plenty of games from the franchise on platforms like Steam, but Code Veronica is notably off the table, and Capcom doesn’t seem to want to add it. Note that the new Resident Evil will arrive on March 23 for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Via: VGC
Editor’s note: Of course with this reaction from the producer, anyone who wanted to see Claire on that island of nightmares will be a little disappointed. It remains only to try it on previous generation consoles The post Resident Evil Producer Code Talks About Possible Veronica Remake appeared first on Atomics.