Team of enthusiasts RE Biohazard presented a trailer for its own remake of the first part of the cult zombie horror Resident Evil with a classic fixed camera, which is created on the engine Unreal Engine 5.
The trailer shows Jill Valentine’s gameplay at Ozwell Spencer’s estate as she explores the graphically updated facilities and encounters zombies, infected hounds, hunters and a giant snake. We also get a glimpse of Barry Burton in the dining room, where he examines the blood stains by the fireplace.
Model Jill Valentine in the bonus outfit was borrowed from the remake of the third Resident Evil, in which Russian model Alexandra Zotova gave her appearance to the heroine.
Enthusiasts originally planned to release a remake of Resident Evil this year, but now the deadlines have shifted. In addition, there remains the possibility that Capcom will kindly ask the team to stop development.
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