If you're an avid Resident Evil Resistance fan, you're about to get an awesome new injection of new costumes as well as content.
Starting on August 5 (Wednesday), Resident Evil Resistance will bring new twists on old maps in the multiplayer game, with Downtown transforming into Uptown and the Abandoned Park changing into the Bemusement Park. They'll get a glossy new coat of paint to give them an intriguing look in case you were getting a bit tired of their old setups.
Most importantly, however, there's a slew of new costumes on the way with which you can outfit your characters. Survivors will get a series of costumes based on Resident Evil 2's Claire and Leon, as well as some new goodies you can use to make your characters look a bit more like you want them to.
If you've never played the Resident Evil 3 remake, our own David Craddock reviewed it and awarded it a 9 out of 10. Here's what he thought about it:
"Fans spent over 20 years clamoring for a remake of a specific entry in the series, and it wasn't Resident Evil 3. Let that serve as proof that developers often know what we want better than we do. I did not go into this review expecting RE3's reimagining to be the best Resident Evil I've played, or one of the best games I've played, ever. "
Overall, this update isn't a huge amount of content for the game, but it does give you enough reason to return to check things out since it's been out for a while now. Also, if you were a fan of the Resident Evil 2 Remake, you should have plenty of things to get excited about. Jill gets a totally new look, and that's cool on its own, right?