BY Gunther Barbosa | Jan 23, 2015 05:51 AM EST
Good news for gamers as Capcom is reportedly considering making a remake of Resident Evil 2 after the success of Resident Evil HD Remaster.
Capcom's Resident Evil HD Remaster is a resounding success after reports of its sales exceeding the expectations of Capcom and general positive reaction by fans to the game.
Cyberland reported that because of this, Capcom is allegedly considering making a remake of the franchise's most infamous game, Resident Evil 2.
The report also states that the Resident Evil 2 remake could start its development cycle after Capcom is finished with Resident Evil Revelations 2 and that the possible release date for the Resident Evil 2 remake is sometime in Q4 of 2016.
It should be noted that fans already want a Resident Evil 2 remake made right now as evidenced by the petition made by gamers on Petition Buzz.
The Resident Evil 2 Remake petition on Petition Buzz currently has 35,000+ signatures and it's number could grow in upcoming days.
Meanwhile, a fan made Resident Evil 2 Remake is in the works.
According to the Invader Games' official facebook page, the game is still in Alpha state but things are going smoothly in development.
According to the Invader Games' official website, the story making for the Resident Evil 2 Remake is 100% done, coding is 60% done, design is 40% done and sound making is 40% done.
The game will feature a fixed camera view similar to the classic Resident Evil titles of old but they will also include an over-the-shoulder camera style similar to the new Resident Evil titles such as RE4, RE5 and RE6.
According to the tech demo and statements from Invader Games the game will also use the classic RE inventory system and save system, so Ink Ribbons and typewriters will be back along with item boxes and the classic item menu!
Currently, Invader Games are focusing on the Leon scenario but they promised a Claire campaign will follow soon enough.
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