Capcom's online Resident Evil museum takes visitors through the franchise's history one game at a time. The Resident Evil Portal offers unique insights into Resident Evil 1, 2, 3 & Zero.
It will be updated frequently to include at least some of the 24 Resident Evil games. It already promises another update, which will arrive on February 22,
“History” now available
It is the first masterpiece that will be remembered!
25 years later, I can still recall vividly how terrifying it was to witness the first zombie turning around…
— RESIDENT EVIL/バイオハザード PORTAL Official (@REBHPortal) February 15, 2022
Each virtual exhibit features a game in detail, with information about its release date and story. It also includes artwork and additional bits of Resident Evil lore like maps of Raccoon Town and animated adaptations by Leon S. Kennedy. The website will contain all the games that have been added. This may allow Capcom to organize Resident Evil's complicated history or shed some light on the games they want fans to remember.
After the Resident Evil 2/3 remakes, Resident Evil 4 concept art allegedly leaked in November. This led to rumors that Capcom was continuing with its remake trend. The rumors resurfaced last week with a report claiming that the new game would be more horror-oriented.
Impatient fans are now attempting to recreate Resident Evil Code Veronica, and they hope to release it this spring.
Resident Evil Village, the series' last non-remake game, is still in production. IGN ranked it as one of the top five PS5 games.
We reviewed Resident Evil Village and concluded that it is an engaging, combat-heavy continuation to the Ethan Winters story.
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Ryan Dinsdale, an IGN freelancer, occasionally remembers @thelastdinsdale to tweet.