With work on the Resident Evil 3 Remake reportedly underway with a predicted launch date of 2020, cover art for the upcoming game has been leaked.

The art was spotted on gamstat, a site which tracks everything added to the PlayStation Network, and promptly uploaded to ResetEra.

You can see three covers for the game below, including the Japanese and international versions along with the art for the Z Version. The Z Version is most likely an uncensored version of the game, similar to how the Resident Evil 2 Remake received a Z Version.

Two covers are quite similar, showing protagonist Jill Valentine and Umbrella Bioharard Countermeasure Service member Carlos Oliveira sporting new looks while enemy Nemesis looks down on them.

Carlos also sports a fresh hairdo while it looks like Jill has finally been given a more practical outfit than the one she wore in the original Resident Evil 3 game and Resident Evil: Apocalypse film.

The last cover for the Z Version of the game shows just Nemesis, looking as grisly as always, although it appears he now has a nose and several “CAUTION” labels slapped on him. Don’t say he didn’t warn you.

The official announcement Resident Evil 2 Remake will most likely come on December 12th, during The Game Awards. In the meantime, you can vote for your favourite games here!

If the Resident Evil 3 remake is anywhere near as good as the Resident Evil 2 Remake, fans are in for a treat. In the official MSPoweruser review, we gave Resident Evil 2 an entire 10/10, saying that it raises the bar for survival horror and video games as a whole.

Resident Evil 3 first came out on PlayStation in 1999, before later receiving ports for Windows, Dreamcast, and GameCube. Set 24 hours before the events of Resident Evil 2, the game follows former Special Tactics And Rescue Service member Jill Valentine as she attempts to escape from the hazardous Raccoon City.

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