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'Resident Evil 2 Remake' Latest News & Updates: Nearly 1,000 Worked On the Game, New Licker Revealed
“Resident Evil 2 Remake” is a big game, there’s no doubt about that, but few would have thought that it would take nearly 1,000 people to work on the game. Then again, it is an entirely reworked project with practically every aspect being different from that of the original title. Everything from the gameplay to the pacing has been changed, as exemplified by the new trailer that was just released.
As shown in the new trailer for the “Resident Evil 2 Remake” below, it’s clear that this game has come far in terms of how it’s played and how the story is presented. The third-person perspective certainly offers more immersion than the overhead camera angle in the original game.
Some may argue that it takes away some of the thrills that such a limited perspective imposed but to each his/her own. In any case, it’s undeniable that the Lickers “Resident Evil 2 Remake” look gorgeous.
While the trailer certainly makes “Resident Evil 2 Remake” look impressive, this is reportedly the result of around 800 people working on the game. This came from Capcom itself, which revealed the detail during the NHK broadcast. That number encompasses every role, from the programmers to the mo-cap actors.
Just to put some context into this “Resident Evil 2 Remake” news, the number of people that worked on “Resident Evil 6” was 600. This means that there are 200 more workers assigned to this upcoming game than those that worked on the sixth number installment in the series. Then again, this could explain why that particular title did not work as well as Capcom might have hoped.
“Resident Evil 2 Remake” is expected to launch on Jan. 25, 2019. Most of the game is already done and with only a few months left before it hits the market, those 800 will help a lot in delivering a high-quality game.
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