Resident Evil 6 to lurch from the shadows earlier than thought
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Thursday 12 April 2012
Capcom have released a second trailer for Resident Evil 6 which not only demonstrates more of the impending action-horror to come, but confirms an earlier release date than was thought, with the previously announced date of 20 November brought forward to 2 October 2012.
Details have also emerged as to how RE6′s plot will be delivered, with Capcom confirming that a similar storytelling device as to that used in Resident Evil: Revelations is set to be used, as characters pair up to make their way through the game’s monstrous hordes; co-op play is also set to offered in both online and offline environments.
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