Return to Raccoon City as Jill Valentine and fight off Umbrella’s monstrous experiments gone awry. From hordes of zombies to their ultimate secret weapon, Nemesis, you’ll never feel truly safe in this survival horror remake.
The Resident Evil 3 remake was released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on April 3, 2020.
Resident Evil 3 has been updated and remade for 2020. The story is roughly the same, though a bit jumbled: You play as Jill Valentine (and occasionally Carlos Oliveira) in a fight for survival fighting off Umbrella’s latest atrocities.
If you’ve played a Resident Evil game before, then you’ll find yourself fairly familiar with the gameplay of this remake. Fight off (or avoid) monsters, scavenge areas for resources, and try not to get your spine ripped out by Umbrella’s ultimate weapon: Nemesis.
True to the survival horror genre, resource management is key. You’ll have limited inventory space for key items like healing and ammunition. While there are storage containers throughout the game, managing your resources strategically will be your best bet for making it out of Raccoon City alive.
Think you’ve got what it takes to survive?
Resident Evil 3 does not have a multiplayer mode included in the game.
There is a standalone 1-v-4 online multiplayer game called Resident Evil: Resistance. However, even though Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil: Resistance both came out April 3, 2020, they are oddly enough two completely separate games.
And while Resident Evil: Resistance is not currently included in the Vortex library, you can still play Resident Evil 3 via Vortex Cloud Gaming.
Resident Evil 3 is currently only available on Steam, PS4 and Xbox One.
However, you can still play the Resident Evil 3 remake on your mobile devices through Vortex Cloud Gaming.
Vortex is a cloud streaming service that allows you to play your favorite games from any device you want. You can play on your phone, your computer, a tablet, or TV - it’s YOUR choice.
And the best part is, you don’t need an expensive gaming laptop or console. Your games will be streamed directly from Vortex’s powerful servers. We’ll do all the heavy lifting so you can play your games, your way.
> Stream-lined gameplay
> Updated graphics and immersion
> Nostalgic for Resident Evil veterans
The Resident Evil 3 remake plays like a modern 2020 game, but with the same atmosphere (and fun) of the original.
Aside from updated graphics and a better camera pov, the game still feels like a classic Resident Evil game. The characters are still iconic, if a little cheesy, and the monsters are as anxiety-inducing as ever.
If you’re even a casual fan of the original, you absolutely need to try out the remake.
Nemesis is Umbrella’s ultimate secret weapon: a mutated monstrosity with inhuman size & strength strapped with a rocket launcher...and he’s aiming it at you!
One of the most iconic characters in the Resident Evil series, Nemesis is a formidable foe for even veteran players. Be prepared to face him numerous times, becoming stronger (and meaner) with each defeat.
As of right now? Unlikely.
The development team has stopped working on the game for some time now. In fact, they’re already working on a remake of another unrevealed Capcom game. However, the release is rumored to still be years away.
Resident Evil 3 has a little something for everyone.
If you’re a die-hard fan of the series, there’s plenty of nostalgia to enjoy. Casual gamers and those unfamiliar with the series will find the gameplay to be a lot of fun too! (Even without the nostalgia glasses on).
So if you’ve been sitting on the fence, it’s time to jump off and dive deep into Raccoon City.
And if you’re looking to play Resident Evil 3 on Android, be sure to check out Vortex Cloud Gaming.
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