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Resident Evil Revelations 3 will be a Switch Timed Exclusive – Rumor

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According to the latest information leaked by Aesthetic Gamer, Capcom will release Resident Evil: Revelations 3 as a Nintendo Switch timed-exclusive.  The insider affirms that the project will be released as Resident Evil: Outrage.

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

This is not from me, but for the record, Revelations 3 is coming out within a year of Village’s release date, either late 2020 or early 2021. It probably won’t be called Rev 3, the name we know it as is “Resident Evil Outrage“, but it was Rev 3 at one point in dev at the very least.

Releases as part of their 25th-anniversary celebrations, along with Village, almost definitely going to be a Switch timed exclusive. But that’ll be announced later this year, for now, Village is deserving of the attention, and out in just a few months now!

Outrage 100% is RE Engine, though the RE Engine that’s compatible with Switch like Monster Hunter Rise is. It won’t be the best looking RE game, but it’ll still look pretty damn good, especially on Switch.

Aesthetic Gamer’s information is in accordance with a recent leak that revealed a large cache of documents that revealed the schedule of several unannounced projects, source codes, and the plans of the publisher with content creators.

Rebecca Chambers, the former S.T.A.R.S Bravo Team medic who featured in Resident Evil Zero and Resident Evil, will feature in the game according to the insider.

Capcom obviously hasn’t made anything official yet so take this info with a pinch of salt, but Aesthetic Gamer leaked information about Resident Evil: Village and it’s a reputable source of information.

Resident Evil Village is scheduled for release in April 2021 for PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.

Source:  ResetEra via wccftech

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