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A Resident Evil 3 Board Game Will Look for Funding on Kickstarter on April 28, 2020

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Another Resident Evil game is on the way, and this doesn’t have anything to do with the rumors about Resident Evil 8 or the survey asking about more Resident Evil remakes and sequels. Rather, it has to do with another Steamforged Games Resident Evil board game. This time, a Resident Evil 3 board game will be seeking funding via Kickstarter starting on April 28, 2020.

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Resident Evil 3: The Board Game will take cues from 2019’s Resident Evil 2 board game, which also was funded via Kickstarter. Both involve a tension deck, which can cause surprise events to occur to challenge people playing. Also, like the previous game, between one and four people can all play together to attempt to survive Raccoon City and it can take over 19 hours to complete. the scenarios. (However, the game will also be structured in a way that allows for what Steamforged calls “one-shot scenarios.”

Even before this Resident Evil 3 board game Kickstarter begins, a goal to unlock a special in-game figure has appeared. If 2,500 people follow the project before it launches, then a Biker Gear Jill Valentine miniature will be unlocked. The prototype image has been released in the promotional image showing the Kickstarter-exclusive box art.

Resident Evil 3: The Board Game’s crowdfunding endeavor will begin on April 28, 2020. Resident Evil 2: The Board Game is immediately available.

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