Capcom have revealed more details about the spin-off title Project Resisistance which is a 4v1 asymmetric multiplayer from the Resident Evil series.
Project Resistance Details, Trailer and Screenshots Revealed
Capcom have released a new gameplay trailer and more details about the horror survival spin-off Project Resistance at the Tokyo Game Show today, after previously teasing the title last week. Players can team up with up to 4 players versus a “mastermind” in a team-based survival game. The team of resistors must fight through rooms of zombie filled fun as they try to escape, while one player gets to flip switches on which horrors will be facing them next with a card-based system. The title looks to have a Dead by Daylight feel to it with Left 4 Dead kind of vibes, as players will get to fight back, and there few different roles to take on. Whether you want to be a healer of the group or go for a more of a tankier role to take on damage.
Project Resistance is being co-developed by Capcom and NeoBards Entertainment, who have previously worked on Nintendo Switch ports for the Resident Evil games. Project Resistance also uses the same RE Engine that was used in the Resident Evil 2 Remake.
Project Resistance will be getting a closed beta in October for those who want to try it out. Those who are at the Tokyo Game Show will be the first to get a taste. The beta will be taking place between October 4 and October 7th on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. It will be available to RE Ambassadors and Xbox Insider Program members. You can sign up using the game’s website from now until September 18th.
You can check out the trailer below:
Project Resistance will be releasing on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Steam but no release window has been announced as of yet. The beta will take places from October 4th to 7th.
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