The developers behind the fan remake of domestic evil And Resident Evil Code: Veronica has announced that development on both projects has ceased after Capcom reportedly contacted them and asked the developers to cancel the project.
1996’s domestic evil modern “survival horror” games and the early 2000s were Resident Evil Code: Veronicaits third episode, First came out in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast. Capcom soon ported an updated version to the PlayStation 2 and GameCube, and then made HD versions for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. resident devil 4 Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi recently confirmed IGN that there was no plan for the new Code: Veronica Remake. Two years ago, Brains Croft, Matt Croft and animator Darknemesis Umbrella began their remake projects for both games.
in a video announcing Code: Veronica project cancellationBrains Croft said that 90 percent Code: Veronica The fan remake used existing assets from Capcom’s more recent “remake” games, such as 3D models, animations, and textures. fan issued an initial Code: Veronica Demo back in June 2021And a more substantial one is planned to be presented in early 2023.
On December 23, Brains Croft announced in the project’s Discord server that Capcom had sent him two cease-and-desist emails. One was “very kind” and inquired about where the animations and models came from. the second was “hostile with a more aggressive tone”. Kotaku TechCrunch contacted Croft to request a copy of the email. He didn’t send the email, but told Kotaku Capcom started asking about the project on 12 December.
Fan developers believed that Capcom scrapped their unofficial remakes for being too visible and official. ,[The Code: Veronica remake] was going to be free, so we weren’t doing anyone any harm,” Croft said in the cancellation announcement video. The publisher seemed to disagree. Capcom reportedly cited copyright factors and licensing agreements as reasons for not going ahead with the project. Could grow
be there public speculation that the project was intended for Accepting financial donations through Koffi and PayPal, While they accepted such donations, the developers have dismissed this as the reason for the project’s cancellation in both Discord and Microsoft. through a rt on his Twitter account. Kotaku We reached out to Capcom to ask about their policies on fan projects, but had not received a response by the time of publication.
“I was personally a little surprised by Capcom’s decision. But hey, we were experimenting.” [their] Toys to make a free game that was already generating a lot of visibility,” Croft said in the video. “So that’s fine. We can understand the cancellation.
Read more: remastering domestic evil The games kept this indie developer from giving up
The announcements from the developers in their Discord were far less common. ,[Capcom] canceled it out of pure evil, as there is no indication that an official Code: Veronica Coming from them,” Brains wrote on the server. He too posted a meme Capcom was compared to Nintendo, which has a reputation for aggressively enforcing its copyrights.
the team will no longer work on it domestic evil remake, but they intend to continue developing games. “We will continue a new project with a story inspired Code: Veronica But without copyright problems.