Capcom has unveiled new maps and Masterminds for Resident Evil: Resistance, the multiplayer aspect of the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake.

The new maps are Casino and Abandoned Park, as each will bring a unique sense of terror to the player experiences. The Casino is an entertainment facility perfect for the Masterminds. The Abandoned Park is located on the outskirts of the city and has been overrun by B.O.W.’s.

The new masterminds introduced to Resident Evil: Resistance are going to be series favorites, Alex Wesker and Ozwell E. Spencer.

Alex Wesker was the main villain in Resident Evil: Revelations 2 and was the sister of Albert Weskers. Despite only appearing in one entry, she has become one of the iconic villains of the series. She will work to manipulate and toy with the survivors. If needed, she will unleash a carnivorous dubbed the Yateveo.

As the CEO of Umbrella, Ozwell E. Spencer has been the long time villain of the series. Despite being mentioned in most entries of the series, he only made an appearance in Resident Evil 5. As a mastermind, he will use a verity of tools to torment the survivors. He can also generates a Disintegration Field that will severely damages anyone who passes through it.

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis was the third entry in the series and the original was the last main entry released for the PlayStation. Set 24 hours before and after the events of Resident Evil 2, the story follows Jill Valentine as she struggles to escape Raccoon City while being purist by a bio-weapon deployed to hunt the surviving members of STARS.

The original Resident Evil 3: Nemesis was released for the PlayStation back in 1999. Unlike its predecessors, this was a radical departure as it introduced new mechanics that would be staples of the series. Check out my review of the Resident Evil 2 remake just to get an idea of what to expect.

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