Resident Evil 3 Remake Jill Valentine Trailer Shows How Teamwork Pays Off

Resident Evil 3's latest trailer focuses on Jill Valentine and her newfound partner Carlos during the fall of Raccoon City.


The Resident Evil 3 remake is just one week away, and Capcom has released a new trailer focused on protagonist Jill Valentine. The zombie-slaying action hero faces some deadly enemies, including the relentless Nemesis.

Primarily covering an early area of Resident Evil 3, the new trailer sees Jill Valentine joining forces with Carlos Oliveira as Raccoon City comes under attack. After restoring power to the subway system, Jill makes her way to the traffic control system and runs into Nemesis. His terrifying elongated teeth are intimidating, but the laser-guided rocket launcher his shoulder is even scarier.

Just like Leon and Claire discovered in Resident Evil 2, Jill soon learns of Umbrella Corporation's true and nefarious intentions. The world would never be the same after the Raccoon City Incident spread its experimental virus and turned people into mutated zombies, and Resident Evil 3 shows how the city crumbled.

Alongside her starring role in Resident Evil 3, Jill Valentine will also be a future playable character in the multiplayer game Resident Evil Resistance. It's included in every copy of Resident Evil 3, which is scheduled to launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 3. A beta began today, but has been delayed on PS4 and PC.

European players could encounter issues receiving physical and collector's edition Resident Evil 3 copies on time due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The pandemic could affect import conditions in certain regions, though the digital version should remain available. Download speeds on PlayStation 4 in Europe and the United States will also be slower than normal in order to ensure internet reliability, so it could take a little longer to install the game.

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