In May of last year, it was revealed that a fan-made remake of Resident Evil Code: Veronica was being developed using the Unity Engine.
Soon after, a team of enthusiasts behind the project released the demo to the public. The developers were determined to finish the remake, but it seems that these plans were not meant to come true, as Capcom demanded to stop development.
The creators shut down the project’s website and posted a message on the main page that said “Capcom has decided to cancel the project”. On their Discord server, the developers explained that this was not because they were accepting donations, but because of the use of the franchise’s copyrighted title and characters.
The original Resident Evil Code: Veronica was released in 2000 and was a spin-off of the series, taking place between Resident Evil 3 and 4. Fans were expecting _2024202_ to update Veronica after the third installment, but Resident Evil 4 was given the honor.
In October, franchise producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi stated that they currently have no plans for a remake of Resident Evil Code: Veronica, but did not rule out that if they are given the opportunity in the future, such a project may appear.