Capcom producer Peter Fabiano revealed that Resident Evil 3 will not have multiple endings as the game will be outlining various changes from the original.
However, he talked about expanding Carlos Oliveira’s role in the upcoming re-imagining it as a playable character, “Carlos will have his own interesting section to play through.”
In the game, Oliveira is a mercenary who renders her service for the Umbrella Corporation. He joined Jill and helped save people who were trapped inside Raccoon City during the widespread virus outbreak.
Nemesis has also been tweaked to intensify the horror mood and to make him look equal to any modern horror games. Fabiano explained, “We certainly took some elements that we learned from putting together Resident Evil 2’s Tyrant, but Nemesis is his own brand of terror.”
He also told OPM that the evil tyrant in Resident Evil 3 roams freely around Raccoon City and players will have no idea when and where he will show up. In contrast with Resident Evil 2’s Tyrant, Nemesis only shows up during staged scenes.
Fabiano also stated, “Resident Evil 3 has more open spaces and one of the things that makes Nemesis so frightening is that he is relentless and you never know when or where he might show up.”
Resident Evil 3 looks like more of the original game just as the second installment resembles the 90s version and Capcom also promised that there will be no delays to its April 3, 2020 release schedule.
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