New Dino Crisis Was Reportedly In Development But Was Scrapped
Dino Crisis is one of the long-dormant franchise from Capcom that has yet to see a modern entry, and now a rumor suggests Capcom was working on a new game.
Dino Crisis fans are hoping to get an announcement for a new game but that won’t happen anytime soon. According to a rumor, Capcom was working on an iteration of the game that started development a few years ago. This project sadly never managed to take off and the development was scrapped.
Dusk Golem, who has leaked information on Capcom projects in the past including Resident Evil series, shared this news on his Twitter account.
“A Dino Crisis game actually was started a few years ago, but then scrapped and buried, and the franchise for now is still extinct for the time being, ” said Dusk Golem in a tweet.
Dusk Golem also mentioned Resident Evil Code Vernocia confirming that there is currently no remake in development for it. Resident Evil 3 will be apparently one of the last remakes from Capcom. They do have a plan to release more Resident Evil games in the future and Dusk Golem has hinted that next year will be “crazy” for fans of the series.
Resident Evil 8 has been widely rumored to be a third-person shooter however it appears that Capcom might keep the first-person perspective for the upcoming sequel.
“There was a version of RE8 that was third-person which may turn into something else, but no the final game will be first-person, ” clarified Dusk Golem.
Capcom has plans to bring back its long-dormant IPs. If this rumor is true, then it appears that Dino Crisis fans have to wait a little longer to see the franchise make a return again.