New Resident Evil 3 remake screenshots leak, including close-ups of Nemesis
A handful of Resident Evil 3 remake screenshots have popped up online and show off some new ugly-looking monsters alongside Nemesis.
Fans don’t have much longer to wait for the release of the Resident Evil 3 remake, and to re-experience the fear/thrill of being hunted by Nemesis.
In the meantime, though, a number of images have leaked online, and there are quite a lot of them.
While the images don’t necessarily reveal anything majorly new, or spoil any story/gameplay details (in fact, most of it appears to be concept art), it may tide over fans who are anxious to see how much has changed from the original game.
A couple of the images, which were initially leaked by French website Gamergen, shared on ResetEra and then compiled on Imgur, do show off some of the monsters protagonist Jill Valentine will have to fight as she attempts to escape Raccoon City.
Aside from being even more gruesome than the creatures from the PlayStation original, one of them appears to be a redesign of a boss called the Grave Digger. So it seems Nemesis isn’t the only monster returning.
Speaking of Nemesis, we also get a couple of close-ups of his gruesome visage with him brandishing his new flamethrower. A couple of the images show him without it, though, which could mean he won’t always have it on him. Hopefully, he’ll transition into wielding his more iconic rocket launcher.
It’s hard to tell, but it also looks like there might have been a slight redesign of Nemesis, whose teeth and nose looked a bit odd in some early promotional artwork and was mocked by some fans.
A bunch of the images appear to show concept art and in-game screenshots of the game’s new multiplayer mode, Resident Evil Resistance, as well. Specifically, we can see some of the mode’s player characters and a number of environments that it can take place in, including a casino, a diner, and what looks like an Egyptian tomb.
Resident Evil 3 will release on 3 April for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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