Resident Evil remake lead artist working on Mikami’s Project Zwei

Monday, 5th November 2012 09:53 GMT By Dave Cook

Project Zwei, the new survival horror title from Resident Evil 4 maestro Shinji Mikami has received a few snippets of development information, chiefly, that the CGI design will be handled by the same chap who worked on the stellar Resident Evil Gamecube remake.

Over at the Project Zwei blog, a new post from developer Tango Gameworks reveals that, “the lead CGI artist from Biohazard Rebirth’s environments will be acting as lead environment artist of this project.”

“Rebirth is widely considered one of the most atmospheric titles of all time. All things considered, Project Zwei looks to be a stand out title in every regard. While no platform has been set, it is said to be arriving in the later portion of 2013.”

From the initial Project Zwei concept art it’s clear that the game – which Mikami has stated will be a “true survival horror experience” – bears the same dark tones as Resident Evil on Gamecube.

Check out the game’s concept art so far here.

Thanks GAF.



  1. Mike W

    Hopefully the Godfather (Mikami) can return the survival horror back to its roots, because RE is now an action game. Even though I enjoyed RE 6, it’s kinda of disappointing that the survival horror aspect is gone. I can’t believe how bad Capcom fucked up their major titles this gen. :(

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Edo

    I REALLY like the concept art and see what are they going for.I just hope it’s going to be released for PC as well especially since Bethesda is publishing it.Also,I hope you guys are going to cover this game more as the new info arrives.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. DuckOfDestiny

    I’m nursing a semi.

    Just thought I’d let you all know.

    #3 2 years ago

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