Capcom Is Sending Out Resident Evil Ambassador Letters To A Small Group To Test A New Game

Capcom has been reviving a lot of its older titles and continuing classic IPs such as Devil May Cry and the Resident Evil series. Well, with the company proud of its lineup of games it looks like gamers and fans alike are in for a surprise given that a “new unknown title” is in the works.

Very little is out in the wild regarding this new project by Capcom. However, what is known is that the Resident Evil Ambassador team is assembling people from Japan and now the U.S. to test whatever this game is.

A person by the name of Patrick Copeland took to Twitter today to announce that he got an email from Capcom’s Resident Evil Ambassador team, which explains that he can try out a new title that’s in early development:

Naturally, many people believe that this secret game is a new Resident Evil mainline game or remake, although it could be a spin-off like Umbrella Corps. Anyway, what’s certain is that this new game is an ambassador project and it’s underway.

Publication site claims that top-secret sessions will take place in Los Angeles on September 20th, 2019, and in New York on September 23rd, 2019.

Furthermore, the game is in early development so we won’t hear anything about it any time soon. Unless someone leaks info or Capcom uses its time at Gamescom 2019 to announce it but time will tell.

With all of that said, what do you think Capcom is up to and making? What’s known so far is that participants are required to register for the program and must have played a previous Resident Evil game.