RE3's Resistance Mode Patch Incoming With Daily Mission Tweaks And More
Capcom promises quality-of-life changes and tweaks coming as a result of fan feedback for the multiplayer mode.
Resident Evil Resistance, the asynchronous multiplayer take on the series that released alongside Resident Evil 3, is going to undergo some major changes. In a message to fans, Capcom said that it's taking feedback seriously and outlined one of the incoming changes.
The message says the team is working on a patch and looking into various quality-of-life issues. One of those is a tweak to how the game handles daily missions. It also notes that it's making additional improvements to matchmaking. This is in addition to the content roadmap Capcom rolled out for Resistance.
The studio didn't describe what other changes might be under consideration, but it did just invite feedback with a survey. That was focused mostly on how players found out about Resistance and whether they're planning to adopt one of the next-generation consoles, PlayStation 5 and/or Xbox Series X. A separate, similar survey gauged if fans want to see more remakes.
A message from the Resident Evil Resistance Team: pic.twitter.com/Nk2Km9d1MB— Capcom Dev 1 (@dev1_official) April 16, 2020
Resistance is part of Resident Evil 3, which hit a big sales milestone very quickly.
"As a remake, Resident Evil 3 not only falls short of honoring its source, but it also doesn't quite stick the landing as a standalone horror experience," Alessandro Fillari wrote in GameSpot's Resident Evil 3 review. "Even without taking into account the original game, or its predecessor, RE3 struggles to keep up with its pace amid a clashing of elements from survival horror and standard action. While it has a strong start and gives its principal villain some great moments, this truncated retelling of the concluding game from the original Resident Evil trilogy doesn't do it proper justice."
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