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Before Capcom announced the re-release of the PlayStation One classic Resident Evil 2, the Italian independent developer took it upon himself to begin the work of a 1998 classic, thus introducing a new generation. In July of 2015, independent developer Attader Studios released the first trailer for Resident Evil 2 Reborn, a redesigned HD for fans of the first game that came to PC for free that year. After all, by that time, more than a decade had passed since the original Resident Evil Remake was released.

Unfortunately for Attader Studios, less than a month later Capcom announced that Resident Evil 2 Remake is in the development area led by series producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, and the project was forced to close. Fortunately, the attacker games were also working on a new IP that would pay tribute to survival games such as Resident Evil, and as a result began the path to Daymare: the 1998 launch in April 2020.

OVER: SEE OUR REVIEW OF THE GAME

Spurred on by the classic horror films of the 1990s PlayStation One era, Daymare: 1998 is a modern horror game that can best be described as Residence Evil 2. Located in the iconic city of Keen Sight, Idaho, the city mayor is partnering with the biotech company Hexacore Biogenetics buildings and creating a safe haven for its 27,000 residents.

That is until the mysterious outbreak transforms the Keen Sight population into zombies. Players will play the role of Special Agent Liev of the H.A.D.E.S. (Hexacore Advanced Search and Extraction Division), Senior Pilot Raven and Ranger Samuel to find out what's really going on.



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