Resident Evil 1 and Code Veronica Fan Remakes are Coming Soon

Resident Evil 1 and Code Veronica Fan Remakes are Coming Soon

Ever since the success of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes, fans have been anticipating the next remake Capcom would release of one of the older titles in the franchise. And with the release of our Game of the Year, Resident Evil Village, last May, the player base for the long-running survival horror series has been growing. There were a lot of rumors that a Nemesis Edition of RE3 remake would be announced in late 2021, but the year has passed and no reveals were made. So, some fans that are eager to experience the original games for the first time, that they're taking matters into their own hands.

Resident Evil fans Matt and Briins Croft are using the Unity Engine to create remakes for Resident Evil 1 and Resident Evil: Code Veronica. Both games will be released sometime this year at no cost. Code Veronica will be released in three parts, each of which is planned to be about 4 hours worth of gameplay. There is currently no official mention on the developer's website of how Resident Evil 1 will be distributed. Those behind these remakes promise that both games will continue to be updated with different game modes that they will allow the fans to choose.

The remakes will also feature a new game system that includes newer mechanics like the dodge feature from Resident Evil 3 Remake as well as some newer animations to the zombies and your character to make it feel more natural. Both games will also be available in a wide variety of languages including English, Spanish, Chinese, and Portuguese. 

All official information on these remakes can be found here for Resident Evil 1 and here for Resident Evil: Code Veronica. The website also contains trailers for both games and a playable demo for Code Veronica that is available now. Though be warned that it is still rough and it won't be as polished as the finished product. The demo is also the Lite version so that it can play on low-end PCs but full graphic options will be available in the full version. Additionally, the creators have stated that since they do not own the rights to these games there is a chance that Capcom may shut down the projects before official release. We will update this article if there are any updates.

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