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Capcom has officially confirmed it plans to continue releasing remakes of older Resident Evil games after the success of Resident Evil 2, 3, and 4. At the PlayStation Partner Awards, Resident Evil 4 producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi told Game Watch that the publisher would like to continue developing Resident Evil remakes.

His full quote reads: "We have released three remake series, and we feel that they have been very well received. Both for us and as people who love the previous games, we are very happy that people of today can play them, so we would like to continue this. I hope to be able to provide information about what we will do in the future."

Without giving away too many spoilers, if you've finished the recent Resident Evil 4 DLC Separate Ways, you'll know it's likely a remake of Resident Evil 5 is up next. Though, fans of the series still hope Capcom will return to PS2 title Code: Veronica X one day and give it a new lease of life also.

When creating Resident Evil remakes and choosing what to bring back next, Hirabayashi said Capcom always looks to customer feedback from past games first. "We take this seriously, and we work with the stance that if the customer perceives it this way, how about we make it this way, and I think that's why we are receiving positive feedback as a result. Our staff takes great care in creating products from the user's perspective."

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