The authors of the remake of Resident Evil Code: Veronica were forced to stop work and close the project’s website at the request of the copyright owner.

So often, game companies are putting sticks in the wheels of various enthusiasts who are trying to do things that these companies don’t want to do or can’t do for one reason or another. For example, they make fan remakes of popular games from the past so that gamers can touch the classics on modern PCs.

So did the remake of Resident Evil Code: Veronica, which is owned by Capcom. The authors of the remake, which was completely ported to the Unity engine, were forced to completely stop work and close the project’s website at the request of the copyright owner.

The Gamer asked Capcom for comment, but the Japanese have not responded so far.

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