The Coronavirus has put a stop on most of the things happening this year. Sport matches, announcements, and good events are being cancelled. Similarly, games are also facing delay.
Today, Capcom just updated their fans on Resident Evil 3 remake situation. According to Capcom, everyone who pre-ordered Physical copy of Resident Evil 3 is unlikely to get it on April 3. This is mainly due to the delayed manufacturing and disruption of the supply chain.
Resident Evil 3 remake is the current big project for Capcom, as they try to bring another old game from the dead. Capcom wants to ensure that its surroundings Health is also maintained.
The statement from Capcom read “we are closely following official regulations to ensure we are prioritizing the safety of our fans, emplloyees and partners. As such, we are in frequent communication with our local distribution and retail partners in each market to make copies available once local import conditions allow. Please check with your local retailers for further updates regarding individual orders and availablility of Resident Evil 3 physical copies and Collector’s Editions.”
Lastly, if you cannot wait for the full game, I’d recommend playing the demo version. It is available for both PC’s and Console. You can download it from their site. Ending the article, I hope fans would look from their perspective and avoid unusual criticism. In these hard times, everyone should be helpful to each other.
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