Fan remakes and remaster projects often end up being shut down. For example, Nintendo tries to cover up all the details of their ventures. However, for example, Capcom usually doesn’t respond to enthusiast development.
The fan-made remake team of Code Veronica and Resident Evil 1 received several happy letters from the Japanese company. They were politely asked to stop developing the game, and in the second, they were already strongly forbidden to engage in this activity and demanded that the site be closed, citing US laws.
It could be a hint that Capcom is working on a remake of Code Veronica. Usually, the company doesn’t respond to fan projects, but it did something similar to the Resident Evil 2 remake from the fans. In 2015, they were even invited to Osaka to stop gambling.
Capcom later announced a remake of Resident Evil 2, and the fan project became Daymare: 1998. The same thing could happen now. The developers have already announced that they have started working on their own games, and the fan remake has given them a lot of experience.