Resident Evil 3 Remake fans are counting down to the release of the Resistance open beta.
And fortunately, there’s not long to wait because the Resident Evil 3 Resistance open beta has a March 27 release date.
Better yet, fans can start playing as soon as they get out of bed in the morning.
The Resident Evil 3 Resistance open beta has a 7am GMT launch time for fans in the UK. It runs all the way to the morning of April 3.
If you want to jump into the action the moment it goes live, then you should pre-load the demo right now.
The open beta weighs in at around 10GB, so it shouldn’t take too long to download.
It’s worth remembering that Resident Evil 3 Resistance is an online-only game for 2-5 players.
Resident Evil Resistance is a brand new asymmetric online multiplayer game set in the Resident Evil universe.
The game pits four playable survivors against a sinister Mastermind – which is controlled by a different player.
The Mastermind is said to secretly kidnap young people for the purpose of gathering data.
“By forcing these youths into desperate situations, the Mastermind aims to gather valuable research data on how the subjects respond to fear,” Capcom explains.
“The Mastermind will not face the Survivors directly. Instead, they observe through the security cameras, setting traps to prevent their escape.”
The news comes as Capcom warns of potential Resident Evil 3 Remake delays.
In a statement to pre-order customers, Capcom said that while the April 3 release date remains the same, some fans may not get their physical copies on time.
This is due to import restrictions imposed by various governments throughout Europe.
The news was announced in a recent blog post by Capcom: “As we all know, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is having a widespread impact as respective governments in Europe have instituted various restrictions to prevent additional spread.
“Although the global release date for Resident Evil 3 remains April 3, 2020, some European markets may experience delayed deliveries or availability of physical goods, including disc copies of games.
“We are closely following official regulations to ensure we are prioritising the safety of our fans, employees and partners.
“As such, we are in frequent communication with our local distribution and retail partners in each market to make copies available once local import conditions allow.”