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Resident Evil 3 Remake All-But-Confirmed After Leaked Cover Images

There have been quite a few rumours over the past several months about Capcom working on a Resident Evil 3 Remake and earlier this week, the publisher teased the game in a Steam Sale image, showcasing both the Nemesis and Jill for a platform that the game is not available on. Now, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake (Z Version) is all-but-confirmed with a very legitimate leak.

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The main art and cover for the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake has appeared on the PlayStation Network and spotted thanks to GameStat, a site which tracks the latest additions to the PlayStation Network and store. In the images (which have since been removed from GameStat), we can clearly see the unstoppable monster, Jill Valentine and Carlos Olivera. The latter two look a bit different from the originals and then, you notice the nose.

Yes, the Nemesis seems to have grown a nose in the Resident Evil 3 Nemesis Remake and it looks horrible, not in a scary way, but just strange. Not sure what Capcom was thinking there, but check out the images for yourself below.

Further, it seems like Project Resistance will be called Resident Evil: Resistance and there are rumours floating around that Capcom might bundle Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake together with Resident Evil: Resistance in a bundle called the “Z Version”.

Keep in mind that Cacpom has not officially announced the remake (this could change soon), nor have they officially changed the name of their multiplayer title to Resident Evil: Resistance.

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Do you think Capcom will announce the remake soon and what do you think about the new look for the main characters, as well as that nose on the Nemesis? Let us know in the comment section below.

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