Resident Evil 3 Capcom Cafe Collaboration Jill Sandwich

Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 Collaboration Menu Will Include the Jill Sandwich

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The official Capcom Cafe website has shared more details regarding its Resident Evil 3 Remake collaboration event. As previously announced, this event will allow fans to grab limited time merchandise and try exclusive collaboration event food. The Capcom Cafe has finally disclosed what will be on the menu. As a surprise to none, the Jill Sandwich will be there. Additional merchandise, like postcards and coasters, will also be available to obtain. Those who order drinks and other Resident Evil collaboration event foods have the opportunity to grab special postcards as well.

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Menu items include the “Nemesis Burger Plate,” “Jill Valentine Survival BLT Sandwich,” “Nemesis Rocket Launcher Parfait,” “T-Virus” syringe, and the “Carlos Oliveira.” Each of these Resident Evil themed food and drink items will only be available for a limited time. Ordering from this menu will net you a special Capcom Cafe Resident Evil 3 collaboration event place mat. Additionally, for every ¥3,000 spent you will be given a random postcard featuring characters from the anticipated remake. You can check out these exclusive items below.

The collaboration event between the Capcom Cafe in Ikebukuro and Resident Evil 3 will take place from April 9, 2020 to May 13, 2020.

Resident Evil 3 will come to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 3, 2020.

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