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Resident Evil Resistance Features An Abandoned Park, Casino and Familiar Faces

Resident Evil Resistance is the upcoming multiplayer component of Resident Evil 3 and we’re starting to see more about the gameplay.

First, we get a look at the Abandoned Park, which sits on the outskirts of Raccoon City. It too was left abandoned when zombies and bioweapons overran Raccoon City. Now, monsters both real and imagined now patiently await visitors.

Next is the Casino, which is still in operation. An entertainment facility for thrill-seekers… and insidious Masterminds. Its still-operating slot machines and chips were strewn across the floor tell the eerie tale of how hastily it was deserted during the collapse of Raccoon City.

Alex Wesker is a Mastermind within the game and she sounds formidable. As a villain who enjoys putting her subjects through psychological horrors and experiments, she makes the perfect Mastermind. Alex’s playstyle puts an emphasis on using traps, while also manipulating the map to slow Survivors down with roadblocks and enhanced zombies. As if these were not intimidating enough, when Alex gets really serious, she can call upon a vicious carnivorous plant called Yateveo. This stationary bioweapon might not move, but in the right place it’s a powerful obstruction that keeps Survivors from their objective of escaping.

Ozwell E. Spencer has been a shadowy antagonist in the Resident Evil series, letting others do his dirty work. As the fourth Mastermind of Resident Evil Resistance, Ozwell is now taking a more hands-on approach. Enjoying his position as one of Umbrella Corporation’s founders, Ozwell uses the company’s cutting edge technology to torment Survivors. Unlike other Masterminds who summon controllable bioweapons (like Alex Wesker’s Yateveo, Annette Birkin’s G-Birkin, and Daniel Fabron’s Tyrant), Ozwell instead generates a Disintegration Field that severely damages any Survivor who haplessly passes through it.

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