A Unified Resident Evil Page Is In The Works At Capcom

The name of the new portal is so simple, yet so fitting.

The Japanese publisher is focusing on a strong online presence for Resident Evil, which is one of the main IPs for Capcom (not sales-wise, though – Monster Hunter could quickly rise to prominence, especially if the success of Monster Hunter: World continues with the next titles). The franchise, which has been with us since the middle of the 90s, will unify its online presence outside the social media, similarly to what Sony has done with its services. This is why a new site, called Resident Evil Portal, will launch shortly.

Capcom, which recently was a victim of a ransomware attack, announced the new page in the following statement: „From the beginning of 2021, the Resident Evil Portal will open its digital gates to the world! This new site will be the go-to source for the latest info on the Resident Evil series; it’s a place for players to share their stats with others around the world, an overflowing item box of content for series veterans and rookies. The new Resident Evil Portal site will be the place to be for those thirsty for more Resident Evil fun!

All content that was available on the official Biohazard series sites, Biohazard Club 96, Resident Evil Ambassador Program, ResidentEvil.net, and Resident Evil Portal, will now be consolidated on the new Resident Evil Portal site. Make sure you’re locked and loaded, and stocked up on green herbs, because a new Resident Evil experience awaits on the Resident Evil Portal site!”, Capcom wrote.

The page is not active yet. It’ll likely start in the first full week of 2021. We should expect new details about Resident Evil: Village (aka Resident Evil 8) here. The game is supposedly launching this Spring on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC, but it might be on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well.

Source: PSL

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