Capcom’s announcement of the last week during State of Play has sparked interest in a complete overhaul of 2000’s Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Many fans have already voiced their opinion even before RE4 remake was announced that CODE: Veronica should have gotten the remake treatment, seeing as how it has arguably not aged as well as RE4 and was also a key part in the original storyline involving Umbrella.
And from the look of things, interest in a CODE: Veronica remake hasn’t waned; in fact, RE4’s announcement has spurred more interest in it than ever. Here’s a few examples on social media:
RE4make to CVXmake to RE5make seems like a good trajectory (obviously other RE’s in between these).
As it would allow for a stronger build-up to Wesker’s defeat in RE5. CVX in the middle would also make for a nice “going back to classic style” entry too.
— Jawmuncher (@Jawmuncher) June 3, 2022
#CodeVeronica is trending so friendly reminder thats Alexia is one the series best villains and even Wesker noped the fuck out of there when she got serious. @CapcomUSA_ for the love of all that is evil, put her in MvC and remake Code Veronica. pic.twitter.com/BWo573DWPM
— Karl Ziktor's Iguana (@Zaku_Sama) June 3, 2022
Resident Evil CODE: Veronica was released on the Dreamcast back in 2000, and was later ported to PS2 and GameCube as Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X, featuring new cutscenes. The game was given a HD makeover for PS3 in 2011, which included real-time shadows.
Set three months after the events of Resident Evil 2, CODE: Veronica reunites players with Claire Redfield as she is captured by Umbrella forces while looking for her missing brother, Chris, and transported to a remote island where another T-Virus outbreak occurs.
[Source – 8BitDigi]
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