Resident Evil 7 is in development and will be announced at E3 next month according to Japanese analyst Serkan Toto.
On twitter he also claimed that Resident Evil 7 would be going back to its horror roots, and that capcom has hired designer Jordan Amaro to work on the development of Resident Evil 7. He also worked on 2015’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
This comes as not so much a suprise as back in October 2013, a reference to Resident Evil 7 was spotted on a contract employee’s resume.
Expect to hear more news in the coming weeks regarding Resident Evil 7 as we approach E3 2016.
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