While fans continue to wait impatiently for a Remake of Resident Evil 4, Albert Wesker’s voice actor is also adding fuel to the fire, spreading concept art
This year Resident Evil turned 25, and Capcom was able to celebrate this event with various Resident Evil themed content released over the past few months. In addition, Resident Evil: Village, released only in May, has already achieved more than five million total sales, surpassing the numbers obtained in the same period of time by the predecessor, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. And while Resident Evil 4 has been made available through virtual reality, gamers continue to wait for a real Remake of the title. And in this respect, they are not the only ones: the same voice actor of a character, in fact, wanted release spontaneously un concept art del futuro Remake di Resident Evil 4.
I nefasti concept art di Resident Evil 4 Remake
While some rumors about the Resident Evil 4 Remake had surfaced in early 2020, it was actually thought that it was in development since 2018, although there have never been any real confirmations about it. But in the last few hours, actor DC Douglas, who lends his voice to antagonist Albert Wesker in the Resident Evil series, has shared an image that is supposedly had been given in confidence to the voice actor. The concept art in question was then disseminated on Twitter, being taken up by other users within the site.
So not only did dc douglas break NDA on live stream by admitting to being wesker in the Separate Ways portion of the new #re4remake , but he also sent out concept art given to him by @CapcomUSA_ @dev1_official #REBHFun #wesker #ResidentEvil pic.twitter.com/BlE6orf3tK
— Helping Spread Awareness (@BewareCreepyVAs) November 27, 2021
Douglas would also have broken non-disclosure agreements that he had entered into with the company, confirming during a stream that he would return to his well-known role within the (yet unannounced) remake. He also specified in what part of Resident Evil 4 Remake he would reappear, referring to the “Separate Ways” section. As if that weren’t enough, Douglas always wanted share with his fans of the concept art of the title, also sending them to various people despite being aware of how this violated the agreements with Capcom, thus asking not to forward them or publish them elsewhere.
Since then, for reasons yet to be officially defined, his Twitter account was deleted. We will see if Capcom will prepare to make some statements on the matter, while we will also continue to wait for possible news on Resident Evil 4 Remake.
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