Trailer unleashed for team-based Resident Evil game

Capcom's Project Resistance trailer gives us a hint of a multiplayer survival horror adventure for PS4, Xbox One and PCs.

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In the wake of the Resident Evil 2 remake bringing us back to Raccoon City's zombie-infested streets earlier this year, developer Capcom released on Monday a teaser trailer for Project Resistance, the next game in the survival horror series. The trailer shows four characters armed with guns and melee weapons taking on zombies and a mutant human known as a Licker, before a shadowy person apparently takes control of a massive supersoldier known as a Tyrant and comes after them. 

"A brand-new team-based survival horror experience is coming," the description reads.


He's back!


The trailer doesn't show gameplay of the apparent spinoff, but it sounds quite similar to Left 4 Dead or Resident Evil Outbreak

We'll see how close it is to those games at Capcom's Tokyo Game Show panels set for Sept. 12 to 15. The PS4, Xbox One and Steam logos are shown at the bottom of the site, suggesting that the game will be available on current-gen systems and PCs.

First published Aug. 29.
Update, Sept. 10: Adds trailer.

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