Do you know the city of Raccoon in Resident Evil 2 Remake is modeled for real life? I don’t know what Capcom meant?
Perhaps up to this point, people have plowed the demo of Resident Evil 2 Remake, and someone has started to delete the save to play again, although, with a relatively short time, fans still have to find a lot of secrets. In the demo, as well as many Easter eggs related to the original game.
In Resident Evil 2 Remake, Leon’s first day goes to Raccoon police station is also the unlucky day of his life, when a whole bunch of Zombie chased the ass. Most people know that Leon’s colleagues held a small celebration for him, but unfortunately, it was impossible. The good news is that in the first release, there was a slight error in the translation of the original Resident Evil 2 Remake where the word “Welcome” was misspelled into “Wellcome”.
In this remake, Capcom corrected, those who play the demo can find the room with the word “Welcome Leon” very easily, but in fact, it is not so. The first police grandfather still wrote misspelled, but corrected later, because when we look, we will see the letter L is missing a piece.
Licker cut the head
In the demo, when walking through the corridor, two corpses were hanging from the ceiling. This scene is like “uncen” from Resident Evil 2, a corridor the same but only that we will not see this guy’s head anywhere.
As for the remake, even the slimy piece of meat fell. Capcom wanted to do all the things that they missed in the original because the angle didn’t allow it.
This is a fun Easter egg in Resident Evil 2 Remake. If you go into the police station’s meeting room, you will see a note with Jill’s Sandwiches’ words with phone number 555-1998. This was inspired by a line from the original Resident Evil when Jill was trapped in a trap room with the ceiling slowly descending. Fortunately, Barry was able to save it and say, “later, into a sandwich (jill sandwich) ”
Jill’s Sandwiches also appeared in another Capcom game called Dead Rising, so this could be considered as an Easter egg in another Easter egg of another Easter egg.
The notes at the end of the demo mean everything, not just hang up for fun. If you zoom in carefully, you will read a good block:
– To anyone who can read this news, can you stop the tree salad at the headquarters? I don’t care if someone says they make you feel better. Those medicinal plants cost money.
– Can someone take care of me today? I need to go home quickly. My wife is suffering from what the hell is causing her skin to itch all over it.
Resident Evil 7
If you don’t know, Resident Evil 2 Remake has many details from Resident Evil 7. Including the best one is the magazine about the witnesses at Raccoon who still have nightmares after 16 years (find seen in Resident Evil 7). In the demo, Leon also found a similar book. I wonder what kind of time it travels back in time.
And finally, the best Resident Evil 2 Remake secret is that Raccoon City is a copy of Montreal (Canada). Many eye-catching gamers have found a 90% similarity between Glimpses of photos in Montreal’s demos and buildings.
Of course, Capcom also has several teams working in Canada, but this is the first time there is such a secret, no matter what they are referring to.