RUMOR: Resident Evil Revelations 3 is in the works for Switch

Natalia, the sluice!

Resident Evil Revelations debuted on the 3DS, and it was a real show-stopper for the portable. The game was successful enough to make its way to multiple other platforms, and get a sequel as well. Now we're hearing that a third entry is on the way, and Capcom's focus is on bringing it to Switch.

Capcom suffered a leak recently, and it revealed a ton of different projects. Included in that leak was Resident Evil Outrage, which is apparently considered internally to be a continuation of the Revelations series. Whether it retains the name remains to be seen, but for all intents and purposes, Outrage will be very much in the style of the Revelations games.

According to an industry insider, Capcom is focusing on Switch as the main platform for Resident Evil Outrage. The game will make its way to other consoles as well, but first and foremost, this will be a Switch title. We've seen this happen before with the 3DS, and thanks to the success Switch has seen, seeing Capcom give Switch the focus for another Resident Evil spin-off makes a lot of sense.

Thanks to Sligeach_eire for the heads up!

Another set of pics from the Resident Evil reboot film surface

Seeing S.T.A.R.S.

If there's one thing we can say about the upcoming Resident Evil film reboot, it's that it's going for authenticity. We've seen a number of pictures that show off set pieces that accurately represent in-game items and locations from the franchise, and that's what we get once again in the pictures above. Let's hope all that attention to detail translates into a movie that's just as good as the games.

Another set of pics from the Resident Evil reboot film crop up

It certainly LOOKS the part!

All parties involved with the Resident Evil film series reboot have said that this project would stick much closer to the game series, and today's batch of pictures prove that in a big way. A number of locations are shown that are spot-on when compared to the games, even down to logo colors. Let's hope this attention to detail pays off in the final product!

RUMOR - Resident Evil 3: Cloud Version coming to Switch

Is a second Cloud outing for Resident Evil on the way?

Switch owners can enjoy the Cloud version of Control on Switch today, and a Cloud version of Hitman is on the way as well. It looks like those games might not be the only Cloud titles on the way to Switch, as an interesting discovery has been found by dataminers.

When you launch the Cloud version of Control on Switch, you'll get directed to the following site. Dataminers were quick to dig through the site to see what else they could find, which led to the discovery of the icon above.

Capcom hasn't announced Resident Evil 3: Cloud Version for Switch, but the move would make sense. Resident Evil 7 got a Cloud release in Japan, and it's likely Capcom wants to continue that move with other installments in the franchise. Now we just sit back and wait for them to confirm it!

Netflix shares a couple stills from Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Another look at Leon and Claire

A live-action reboot for the Resident Evil movie franchise is in the works, but it's not the only long-form piece of content in the works for the series. Capcom and Netflix are cooking up Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, an animated series that's set to debut sometime in 2021. In the tweet above, you can see two more stills from the series, which show off both Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield.

Former Resident Evil film director doesn't think he'd return to the franchise

Time to move on

Whether you love or hate the Resident Evil live-action film franchise, you can't argue with its success. The franchise, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, saw multiple installments and was a big money-maker. Anderson is now shifting over to directing Monster Hunter, but would he be interested in dipping back into the Resident Evil side of things? During a virtual Comic-Con panel, Anderson shared his answer.

"After making six movies, 1.2 billion dollars, you know, the most successful video game adaptation ever, I'm very...I think we did our job. We did great work. We closed it up really nicely, and now we've launched into something brand new, which is Monster Hunter, and I'm very excited to kind of put my energy into energies into that."

Resident Evil movie reboot will stick much closer to the games, aiming for 2021 release

A more traditional adaptation

Capcom had a highly successful run with their Resident Evil live-action movie series, spawning six films from 2001 to 2006. Now Capcom and Constantin Film are diving back into the series once more for a fresh start.

The next live-action Resident Evil movie is going to start with a new writer-director, Johannes Roberts. Roberts will put together an origin story set in 1998 Raccoon City. The film is going to feature Kaya Scodelario (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Claire Redfield, Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp) as Jill Valentine, Robbie Amell (Upload) as Chris Redfield, Tom Hopper (The Umbrella Academy) as Albert Wesker, Avan Jogia (Zombieland: Double Tap) as Leon S. Kennedy, and Neal McDonough (Yellowstone) as William Birkin. The plan is to release the movie sometime in 2021.

“With this movie, I really wanted to go back to the original first two games and re-create the terrifying visceral experience I had when I first played them whilst at the same time telling a grounded human story about a small dying American town that feels both relatable and relevant to today’s audiences.” - Johannes Roberts

“After a dozen games, six live-action movies, and hundreds of pages of fan fiction. We felt compelled to return to the year 1998, to explore the secrets hidden in the walls of the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon City.” - Robert Kulzer, original franchise producer

GameSpot Video - The Resident Evil 4 Deal That Betrayed Nintendo

Not only was Resident Evil 4 once a GameCube exclusive, it was also the final nail in the coffin for a legendary deal between Nintendo and Capcom.

Netflix reveals "Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness" CG movie for 2021

Part of the series' 25th anniversary

Capcom already teased some special celebrations for Resident Evil's 25th anniversary, and now they've revealed something else to look forward to. Capcom and Netflix are teaming for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, a CD film set to debut in 2021. You can check out the first trailer for the movie above.

Capcom releases Resident Evil 25th anniversary artwork

25 years already!?

Resident Evil was brought into this world all the way back in March of 1996, which means we're half a year away from the franchise's 25th anniversary. What does Capcom have in store to celebrate the brand? Hopefully some content for the Switch, some new merch, and a lot more!

Capcom is already gearing up for the series' 25th anniversary, as they've released a special piece of artwork to celebrate 25 years of Resident Evil. Expect Capcom to talk a lot more about the anniversary as we move closer to the end of 2020.


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