Capcom wants to continue the Resident Evil Revelations series

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The Resident Evil franchise has gone to some pretty interesting places throughout its evolution. Starting with Resident Evil 4, the main numbered entries became more action-heavy. Then came Resident Evil Revelations.

With the first Revelations game, starring Chris and Jill, Capcom gave fans an experience that combined the series’ classic horror elements with its modern style, all while telling a story that filled in the gap between Resident Evil 4 and 5. Revelations 2 was a similar affair, but it delved more into horror than action, while finally bringing back Claire and Barry in a story set between Resident Evil 5 and 6. So, where does a potential Revelations 3 go?

Resident Evil producer Michiteru Okabe and director Yasuhiro Anpo have discussed the Revelations spin-off series in the latest video in Capcom’s series of developer interviews celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise. In it they express interest in making another Revelations game. And it will once again serve as a narrative bridge between the main numbered games (most likely between 6 and the inevitable 7th entry). They also stated how Revelations will continue to focus on lesser used character. They’re going to keep it horror-oriented, too, for the fans.

So, I’m still sticking with my theory that Revelations 3 will star Rebecca. Especially after her newfound exposure with Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster.

               
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    • NoticeMePls

      how bout the school girl thingy XD

    • DeathNote81

      Shake it, bay- BEEEEEEE!

  • Xuchilpaba

    They’re saying REV series allowed them to try and experiment new things that they couldn’t do in the main titles which was not much at all, it was practically the same in almost every way with insignificant little tweaks and minor mechanics and they’re sound like proud of that, strangely. So does that mean the upcoming titles, 2 and 7 literally have no chance to be single player experiences then? I seriously need to know that :/ I want to be a fan again!

  • Andy

    The Revelation series is a budget series. You can tell by the quality of the games.

    • andy

      As opposed to what, RE6, a top AAA game???

  • Tvirus Getz

    after the first Revelations, i was excited about 2
    after the 2nd i am not excited about a 3rd

  • Even though both Revelations where budget titles, I really enjoyed them. Especially in comparison to 5 & 6. I don’t think it was fans complaints of the main series being to action oriented being the reason as to why the Revelations series being more horror. I think the smaller budget made them realize that they had to go a different route in terms of story telling & production.

    Maybe limiting the budget for 7 will force them to actually sit and think about what works.

  • andy

    Please don’t. Played the 1st Episode of 2 in co-op with a cousin. Its HILARIOUS how terrible it is. Obviously its not a horror as everybody knows already but even as an action game it is pretty atrocious in just about every way.

  • Dan Shiveley

    I loved the Revelations games, but I also loved 5 and 6. None of them are bad in my book, though some are better than others. REV2 was really, really good for me and it very strongly reminded me of Code Veronica, which is and always will be my favorite.

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