RE: Operation Raccoon City shots and video are mental

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 12 April 2011 16:06 GMT

Direct feed shots and character renders for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City from Capcom’s Captivate Event have been released, and each shows just hectic and mental this game is going to be. There’s also a video in there with Japanese subtitles, so don’t let the Biohazard moniker in it fool you or anything.

The game, which was on hand at the event in Miami last week, pits Umbrella’s USS against the US’s Spec Ops in a third-person action setting where you and four of your friends can participate in squad-based combat.

Zombies, B.O.W.s and other monsters are also in the mix to contend with, and using these creatures as a tactical advantage will not only help you and your team complete your objectives, but will earn you points as well.

Look for our feature on the game later this week.

RE: Operation Raccoon City is slated for a winter release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

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