Capcom has been on a roll lately, especially with the Resident Evil series. The remakes of the classic games have been well-received by fans and critics, and Resident Evil Village, the eighth installment, has been no different. Last year, the highly acclaimed remake of Resident Evil 4 was released, leaving many wondering what’s next. According to the well-known leaker Dusk Golem, there are five different games in development. While Dusk Golem has been right with his predictions before, it’s important to take this information with a grain of salt.
In a comment on his Discord channel, Dusk Golem claims that there are five Resident Evil games in development, with one of them being Resident Evil 9. The same leaker had previously leaked that an important game in the series is on the way, with an estimated release between 2026 and 2027. It’s likely that this game is part of the five in development.
If it’s true that Capcom has five games in the series in development, it’s clear that some of them will be remakes. The formula has proven to be successful, and the logical step after Resident Evil 4 Remake would be to remake Resident Evil 5. However, the fifth and sixth installments are not very popular among fans, and many are hoping for a facelift for some of the spin-offs. Resident Evil: Code Veronica seems to be the fan favorite for a remake.
It’s an open secret that Capcom is working on the ninth installment of the series, but there are no details available yet. Resident Evil 8 focused on action for the most part, but also included some of the most terrifying moments seen in many years. The Casa de Beneviento section of the game is particularly terrifying. In our analysis of Resident Evil Village, we gave it high marks, stating that it “looks into the horror story to play with new ways to bring fear and horror to our living rooms. Along the way, it revisits some of the approaches that have given the most joy to the saga to build a game that works as a summary of it, showing itself varied at all times.”
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