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Resident Evil 9 accidentally appears online early alongside fan favourite remakes

Resident Evil 9 accidentally appears online early alongside fan favourite remakes

A surprise listing has left Resident Evil fans shocked

In a surprising turn of events, Resident Evil 9 has appeared online alongside some PlayStation 5 versions of some of our favourite titles in the series.

Without any suspense, making us think it may have been an accident, Resident Evil 9 has appeared on Play Asia alongside PS5 versions of Code Veronica, Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 0.

Check out the Origins Collection trailer for Resident Evil below!

The store listing for Resident Evil 9 features a “preliminary” art cover as well as a £68.48 price tag for the PS5.

The title description reads: “Resident Evil 9: Revenant Shadows is the latest installment in the iconic survival horror series by Capcom. This game continues the chilling legacy with a fresh story, new characters, and the return of familiar faces."

"Set in an expansive, terrifying world filled with new threats and mysteries, Revenant Shadows blends intense action, intricate puzzles, and the atmospheric dread that fans have come to love.”

As you can see, Resi 9 will also supposedly be known as Revenant Shadows but seeing as this is an unofficial announcement, it is worth taking this information with a pinch of salt.

Alongside the surprise Resident Evil 9 listing, there are also listings for a remake for Resident Evil 5 on the PS5. The description says there has been "new technology developed specifically for the game, as well as incredible changes to both the gameplay and world of Resident Evil".

Furthermore, it appears that 2000’s Resident Evil – Code: Veronica is also getting a PS5 upgrade although it is unclear at this stage where it is a remaster or a brand-new port.

Last but not least, Resident Evil Zero is also featured but will merely be a “HD remaster”.

It is surprising, yet exciting news for fans of the long-running Resident Evil franchise and the future is looking bright for Capcom releases.

Featured Image Credit: Capcom

Topics: Resident Evil, Capcom, PlayStation, PlayStation 5