Capcom is at it again! Fans of the upcoming Resident Evil 3 received a new trailer this morning showcasing more of the secondary characters and enemies in the game. If the graphics in this trailer is any inclination of what it will look like on PC and consoles, I am ready! The new trailer also shows us a lot more Nemesis, the big bad guy who stalks Jill Valentine throughout Racoon City. He looks big, bad and seriously menacing, just as he should. He also brings along all of his monster goons including the new hunter enemy. These bad boys are the creation of mixing together the genetic material of humans and reptiles. This means they are fast, powerful, and pretty amazing.

The bad guys aren’t the only things we got to see in the Resident Evil 3 trailer. We also got a look at the members of the U.B.S.C. (Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service) including Carlos Oliveira as he swoops in to save Jill. Fans will be able to play Carlos as well as he learns what the Umbrella Corp was really up to within Racoon City. We also get to see Brad Vickers, another member of S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Rescue Service) alongside Jill. Both spend their time trying to save others while being hunted down by Nemesis.

The new Resident Evil 3 trailer helps show off the action horror we would expect from a Resident Evil game. I think what really won me over in this trailer was the extended look we are getting at Nemesis. The thing of nightmares (especially mine) is really looking like a challenge. Set on hunting down and killing Jill Valentine, are we ready to spend the entire game running from him? With the release of this game, players will also have access to Capcom’s new 4 vs 1 Resident Evil: Resistance which looks to add some fun downtime when I will be too terrified to play the main game.

Resident Evil 3 is set to release on April 3, 2020 for PC through Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. To see the full trailer, you can find it on YouTube here.

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Julia Roth
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