Resident Evil Ambassador Program Registration Broken Due to Twitter

Resident Evil Ambassador Program Registration Broken Due to Twitter

Capcom announced that it isn’t possible to sign up for the Resident Evil Ambassador Program anymore. This is a social program that relies on Twitter to talk about the game or take part in questionnaires. However, because of the Twitter API issues, nobody can get started with it and existing members will experiencing issues.

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As part of the changes with Twitter now that Elon Musk owns the social media network, free API access was removed. Capcom noted that the Twitter API used for this program is out following it. It noted that the company is unsure when things will be fixed.

Here’s the full list of issues people will encounter as a result of the complications with Twitter:

  • New registration for the “Resident Evil Ambassador Program” is not available. (You can register CAPCOM ID and Resident Evil Portal, but the Twitter link for Ambassador registration is currently unavailable).

  • Registered users cannot reconnect their Twitter account to the Resident Evil Ambassador Program.

  • Registered users cannot change their Twitter icons to Resident Evil Portal icons. (Twitter icons that have already been set can still be used.)

With the Resident Evil Ambassador Program, people can earn points to get items and rank up. This can make it more likely that they’d get access to playtests or other special bonuses.

The most recent Resident Evil release is Resident Evil 4 remake for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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