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Capcom now inviting U.S. Resident Evil Ambassadors to test new game

Capcom now inviting U.S. Resident Evil Ambassadors to test new game”

The tests will occur sometime in early September, and the project does involve Capcom Division 1 proper: making it less likely that this is just a throwaway spinoff like Umbrella Corps. However, Capcom has now extended the offer to fans in the United States. Being a member of the Ambassador program is definitely not enough to net you a spot, but you can apply in the hopes of being one of the first few in the world to check out the next game. Maybe we'll hear more about this project come September: or later, if the event has an airtight NDA attached to it.

Invitations to test a game currently in development are now in the hands of USA based Resident Evil Ambassadors. The tests will take place in Los Angeles on September 20 and 21, according to an email shared by a Resident Evil Ambassador, as well as in NY on September 23 and 24.

There have been some rumors going around that suggest the next Resident Evil is the Resident Evil 3 remake, while others say that the next game will in fact be Resident Evil 8.

Capcom has updated its page dedicated to "Platinum Securities", revealing some interesting sales figures for its latest games. With that said, requests have so far only been received by those specifically signed up to be a Resident Evil Ambassador, so it's only logical to assume that the two are connected.



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