Resident Evil board game is coming to Kickstarter in October

Steamforged Games has announced plans to produce a board game set in the world of the original. resident Evil to play. Resident Evil: The Board Game will launch on Kickstarter in October of this year. The new Kickstarter aims to complete a game trilogy based on the first three installments of the resident Evil franchise. Previously released steamforged Resident Evil 2: The Board Game in 2019 and used the same engine to develop Resident Evil 3: The Board Game. No details have been announced on the new resident Evil board game, but earlier from Steamforged resident Evil The games were cooperative campaign games that placed players in the roles of unique characters from the series, such as Jill Valentine and Leon Kennedy. Given the success of the resident Evil Board game line, the games are meant to continue using the same mechanics, but with an entirely new storyline and plenty of optional expansions.

For those looking to try a resident Evil board game, Steamforged also announced that its Resident Evil 3: The Board Game would hit retail stores on October 29, 2021. The Kickstarter for Resident Evil 3: The Board Game raised over $ 1.1 million in 2020, and the game will hit retail stores with a list price of $ 99.95. Three expansions will also be released for Resident Evil 3: The Board Game, offering more stages and enemies to add to your zombie fighting experience.

The resident Evil The franchise has had a big day in the news, as the upcoming reboot movie Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City just released a first preview ahead of its November release. This movie stars Kaya Scodelario as Claire Redfield, Hannah John-Kamen as Jill Valentine, Robbie Amell as Chris Redfield, Tom Hopper as Albert Wesker, Avan Jogia as Leon S. Kennedy, Nathan Dales as Brad Vickers, Marina Mazepa as Lisa Trevor . and Neal McDonough as Dr. William Birkin. An eighth installment in the popular zombie horror game franchise released earlier this year, and rumors already suggest that a ninth game would bring the series’ protagonist, Jill Valentine, back on another horrific journey.