Capcom really loves its RE Engine, will keep using it beyond Resident Evil and Devil May Cry 5

Capcom really loves its RE Engine, will keep using it beyond Resident Evil and Devil May Cry 5 screenshot

Capcom could be making some bizarre choices with Switch port pricing, but if it involves emblem new video games (or emblem new remakes), they’re killing it. Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 are taking part in one of the vital maximum celebrated important and monetary successes of this era, and they’ve one factor in commonplace: the RE Engine, advanced for Resident Evil 7.

It looks as if the writer really struck gold right here, and it turns out as though it’s right here to stick. Speaking at a Q&A for his or her contemporary monetary effects briefing on the finish of this fiscal yr (March 31, 2019), Capcom doubled down on it: “The video games we advanced using the RE Engine all through this present hardware era have gained important acclaim, and from the early phases of establishing this engine, we stored the facility to enhance it for next-generation construction in thoughts; as such, we view the RE Engine as one of our strengths that will give a contribution to next-generation recreation introduction.”

That’s a horny large resolution with long-lasting implications. I imply the following era? Will we see the Resident Evil 3 remake and Devil May Cry 6 at the PS5? You can most likely guess cash on it. Further into the Q&A, Capcom notes that whilst they do not want to grant specifics, “there are a lot of titles lately being advanced internally with the RE Engine.”

“Numerous” eh? We’ll most likely see no less than one extra present era undertaking then.

Financial Results Briefing for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 2019: Q&A Summary [Capcom] Thanks John!