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A Fan’s Mod Makes Jill’s Classic Resident Evil 3 Outfit Available in the Demo

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While people who preorder are guaranteed a Resident Evil 3 Jill classic costume pack that brings back her original blue tube top and black skirt, that doesn’t do much for people who wanted the heroine to wear her original outfit in the demo. However, thanks to a mod from DarknessRvaltier, PC owners can go through the trial with a more faithful adaptation with the Classic Jill Face and Costume mod. [Thanks, GameWatcher!]

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This Resident Evil 3 Jill classic outfit mod offers people some options. The base mod, which is a 103.7mb download, adds a character model based on Julia Voth and the tube top with skirt outfit. (The new model is Sasha Zotova.) If people want to take things a step further, an optional 103.9mb download also alters the look of Jill’s equipment to better resemble her original Resident Evil 3 items.

Here’s a video DarknessRvaltier uploaded that shows the Resident Evil 3 Jill classic outfit mod in action in the demo.

Should people want to see the Resident Evil 3 Jill classic outfit in the demo, they will need to download the Fluffyquack Mod Manager. Once that’s done, it is as simple as dragging and dropping the files into the proper folder to see the change. 

Resident Evil 3 will come to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 3, 2020. The demo is immediately available. You can also read Siliconera’s thoughts on Jill’s new portrayal in the remake.

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