Fans of Sega Dreamcast — and eventually PS2 — classic Resident Evil Code: Veronica X may want to forget about their hopes and dreams of a PS5, PS4 remake as Capcom has once again shot down the possibility of it happening. In a new interview with Noisy Pixel, Resident Evil 4 producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi said the company doesn't have any "concrete plans" to remake Claire and Chris Redfield's trip to Rockfort Island.
He does offer a slither of hope to fans, claiming Capcom might do it if the "opportunity comes" up, but after the success of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, and the presumed accomplishments of the aforementioned Resident Evil 4, it doesn't seem like there'll be a better chance than right now to bring back Code: Veronica X. For now, however, the oft-requested remake doesn't appear to be in the works.
Nevertheless, it's going to be interesting to see what Capcom does once it's finished with the Resident Evil 4 remake. We can't imagine Resident Evil 5 or Resident Evil 6 will be next in line for a modern version, so maybe it will turn its attention to other franchises. Dino Crisis or Onimusha remakes, anyone? Check back in two to three years and maybe there'll be an answer.
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