A new trailer is now available online for Resident Evil: Vendetta (known as Biohazard: Vendetta in Japan), an upcoming 3DCG anime theatrical film that takes place between the events of the Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard video games. Hit the jump to check it out.
American Resident Evil fans will have a chance to see Vendetta on the big screen this summer! Fathom Events is sponsoring a one-night-only event at theaters around the country. Hit the jump to see the new trailer and to find out where to reserve your tickets!
If you were hoping to play Resident Evil 7's Chris Redfield-centric "Not a Hero" DLC soon, you're about to be very disappointed. While the new free episode was initially planned for a spring launch, Capcom announced a delay, pushing it back to an as-yet-undetermined release date. Read on for the full video message.
Get a closer look at the baddies of Biohazard -- Resident Evil to North American fans -- in three screenshots from the film. Glenn Arias, Maria, and Diego will be ready to take on our heroes next month in Japan. More after the jump!
Have you fully explored the horrors within Resident Evil 7's Baker household? Now that the latest entry has had some time to sink in, Capcom presented the first part in a making-of series. This one goes behind the scenes of the "Beginning Hours." See what executive producer Jun Takeuchi, director Koshi Nakanishi, and other members of the staff had to say about it in the video after the jump.
Plans have been announced for a one-night screening of Resident Evil: Vendetta in North America on June 19th. Fathom Events and Park Circus, together with SPE, will present the third installment of the popular CG animated series, which follows Resident Evil: Degeneration (2008) and Resident Evil: Damnation (2012) after its May 27 international theatrical debut. More after the jump.
Now that the dust has settled on Resident Evil VII, Capcom is turning its attention to an upcoming re-release in the series. Resident Evil: Revelations—which made its debut on Nintendo 3DS in 2012 before coming to Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC the following year—is making its way to PS4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe.
Before we get to the content of Capcom's upcoming free DLC for Resident Evil 7, have you finished the game yet? If not, do you mind having a fun surprise spoiled for you by the company that created the game? Because that's what Capcom did on Twitter along with the reveal of the "Not a Hero" DLC! Read on for more.