‘Resident Evil 2 Remake’ News, Latest Updates, Rumors: Game's Announcement In PSX December 2016 Confirmed?

First Posted: Oct 19, 2016 05:15 AM EDT

"Resident Evil 2 Remake" rumors have spread once again as new theories and updates come up. The most significant among them is that the game might be revealed this December at the PSX 2016.

Earlier speculations by fans stated that the "Resident Evil 2 Remake" might be coming up in the first quarter of 2017. This news had excited a lot of BioHazard (or Resident Evil) fans in the gaming community as we have come to know that the developers are working hard on the remastered version.

"There's a separate producer for RE Remake 2, who is hard at work right now," said the lead designer, Masochika Kawata. "All that we can say is we hope that we'd have information to share soon. Creating the original Outbreak was a huge task for Capcom. It was a unique game with online and other elements like that."

Masochoka further added during an interview, "In order to make a successor to that, it would require a lot of planning from Capcom to get it right. However, we're also always listening to what fans want, so that can be the impetus for us to making a successor for that title."

However, these statements are still rumors and still need a solid proof for approval. Capcom had announced work-in-progress on the "Resident Evil 2 Remake" about two years ago.

Gamers should know that Capcom might plan to show up some more new PlayStation 4 titles for the patrons as well. One of them could be "Street Fighter V". There is also a rumor about the reveal of "Resident Evil 7" at the event. But, it's best that Capcom waits for either of the Resident Evil titles so that the excitement is not diminished at one go. This could affect the sales as well.

We will keep you updated on further news on "Resident Evil 2 Remake", so keep checking.

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