According to what emerged in the last few hours, fans of the much-appreciated Capcom horror saga would be working on a remake of Resident Evil: Code Veronica, after the Japanese giant has repeatedly refused to make a remake of the game originally released on Dreamcast in 2000.
Although at the moment there has been no opening on the part of Capcom on the subject, also because a few weeks ago Resident Evil Village made its debut on consoles and PC (and for some time there has been a talk of a possible remake of Resident Evil 4), the enthusiasts of the genre have already set to work, pulling out of the hat an excellent result already.
As can be seen from the full-bodied video at the bottom of this article, the remake of Resident Evil: Code Veronica presents a highly respectable graphics detail, with different elements present on the screen and an atmosphere that manages to keep up with the excellent remakes made by the Capcom itself.
Clearly, the fan-made work is not exempt from critical issues, but it is still a work in progress. The frame rate seems quite uncertain in some places, while the movements of the protagonist and the various enemies are still visibly awkward.
Waiting to find out more details on the fan-made remake of Resident Evil: Code Veronica, hoping that Capcom can take a cue from this initiative to create an official one.
Recall that Resident Evil Village is already available for purchase on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Google Stadia.