Capcom teasing Resident Evil 6 reveal?

No Hope Left viral campaign tied to publisher, with announcement expected tomorrow afternoon.

Why are the graffiti taggers always the first to know about the coming end of humanity? NoHopeLeft.com

It's been nearly three years since Resident Evil 5 was first released, but the next full installment in the franchise may finally be at hand. A viral marketing campaign with a decidedly apocalyptic theme has been tied to Capcom, with a payoff announcement expected tomorrow afternoon.

The campaign is centered at NoHopeLeft.com, a blog hosting pictures and videos of graffiti from around the world. Most of the tags show the slogan "No Hope Left," with a sort of inverted biohazard logo. (In Japan, the Resident Evil series is known as BioHazard.) A handful of pictures on the blog also include a date: January 19, 2012, with the latest video pairing that with a time, 2 p.m. Pacific.

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