Resident Evil 3 Remake is not out yet but it is already attracting criticism, positive and negative, of fans all over the world. However, a recent rumor would see Capcom is already working on a new song remake directed by the same support team that has brought to the headlines the adventures of Jill Valentine.

The news was launched initially from the Video Game the Chronicle that, in speaking of the work done by Tastuya Minami, former CEO of Platinum Games, and now leader of the study M-two Inc, on Resident Evil 3 Remake, has stated that “he is currently working as lead developer in a project to remake wider for Capcom”. The rumor was started to narrow around from the insider Aesthetic Gamer, considered to be quite reliable in the sector, which has added interesting details, talking about a game planned for 2022 that does not concern a remake of the much-talked-about Dino Crisis and Resident Evil: Code Veronica.

In short, according to rumours Capcom, flanked by M-Two, is reportedly working on a remake of a series not yet touched by the operations of “restoration” that have involved the IP of the company in recent years. If the rumor were to be confirmed, we would then be faced with a title for next-gen, and the date the library of titles that can draw from Capcom, the interest can not increase. Let us know what you expect!

Before I leave you, please remember that Resident Evil 3 Remake is out Friday 3 April for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. On our pages, is already available the review of Resident Evil 3 Remake.