Recent news and updates for "Resident Evil 7" revealed speculations that the release date is set in March 2017. Also, notions of Capcom affirming a "full-scale offensive" are resulting into the game looking more promising than ever.
"Resident Evil 7" is an iconic horror game that has captivated the world in more ways than one. Moreover, Capcom is up to something, and in a company earnings report earlier today, the game publisher noted that the upcoming "Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps" is only the "warm up" before a "full-scale offensive" for the franchise, reports iDigital Times.
Details are limited, and beside "Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps," the remastered versions of "Resident Evil 4" and "Resident Evil 5" are the only games that have been announced for 2016 and there has imminent announcement of "Resident Evil 7" as well, as noted by the same post.
Even Capcom affirms that more developments are underway. On a different note, Capcom at least makes some effort to celebrate 20 years of Raccoon City being the worst tourist destination of all time, as mentioned by Lazygamer.net.
Despite the highs and lows, Capcom's premiere zombie-stomping sandbox has always managed to do some great numbers for the publisher and developer, which is why it is a little bit odd that the biggest "Resident Evil" release this year is a spin-off game, "Umbrella Corps," according to the same post.
It is undeniable that the game is bringing in more changes and updates. Also, "Resident Evil 7" looks promising with its latest modifications and elements embedded on the game. If Capcom affirms the release date and implement the "full-scale offensive," then it might result into the game looking more promising than ever.
"Resident Evil 7" belongs to the line of "Resident Evil" franchise and its impact and legacy has remained resilient through time. With the promising additions, gamers can expect more diversities and better gametime for the much-anticipated "Resident Evil 7" game.