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Resident Evil Outrage may have been canceled by Capcom

Last year saw the release of Resident Evil: Village, the eighth major series in Capcom's beloved franchise. Of course, there's a lot of curiosity among fans as to what's coming next for the survival horror series, and there have been several projects rumored to be under development. One of the rumored projects has been Resident Evil Outrage, a multiplayer game for PC as well as PlayStation and Xbox platforms. However, it appears that a particular project may have been canceled. That reporting comes from delicious Nate the Hate, who pointed out that the game was a separate project from the long-rumored Nintendo Switch Resident Evil game.

"Last year I went on RGT 85's channel and I shared that Resident Evil Outrage is no longer a project. Resident Evil Outrage was also never 'Resident Evil Switch'. Resident Evil Outrage was a multiplayer, multiplatform game for PlayStation, Xbox "I think PC. Resident Evil for Switch was Revelations 3. Or should be Revelations 3. The title may still be under development. The problem is that it is a very intangible It has been very difficult to find details about it."

There has been a lot of confusion among doctors between these two Resident Evil projects, so it's interesting to see some clarifications. The Resident Evil Revelations spin-off series started on the Nintendo 3DS before expanding to other platforms. A third post in the series would make a lot of sense on Switch, especially given the huge success Capcom has had with it Monster Hunter Rise on the Nintendo system.

Resident Evil is Capcom's second largest franchise, after Monster Hunter only. It seems like a sure bet that the publisher will not let fans wait too long for information about the future of the series. Of course, readers should keep in mind that these are only rumors as of this writing, and plans are constantly changing in the video game industry. Resident Evil Outrage and Resident Evil Revelations 3 were never officially announced to begin with, so it's hard to say for sure whether one or both have been canceled. So far, fans just have to wait and see!

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