To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
| Last updated
DC Douglas, who has played Albert Wesker in the survival horror series and spinoffs since Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, seems to have shared concept art of his character from the Separate Ways part of the game. Now that the alleged direct message between him and a fan has been plastered all over the Internet, the actor's Twitter account has disappeared.
Douglas has apparently broken his non-disclosure agreement with Capcom by revealing his part in the unannounced remake and showing off the artwork, but that isn't the only reason why the actor has found himself in hot water. @BewareCreepyVAs on Twitter added that the actor "offers sexual favors in exchange for being booked to conventions," attaching a screenshot of a conversation between Douglas and an anonymous fan.
Here's the trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City!
While Resident Evil 4 has only just been ported to the Meta Quest, with a few alterations, the fully-fledged Resident Evil 4 remake was revealed in the spring of last year. It was said to be in development for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and M-Two was the studio steering the project thanks to the work it had done on the most recent version of Resident Evil 3.
Yet, it transpired that M-Two's contributions to the new game have been dialled down and Division 1 - the developer's own internal team that works on Resident Evil and Devil May Cry - has been swapped in instead. As a result, portions of the project have been rebooted and the expected release of the remake might be some time in 2023.
So not only did dc douglas break NDA on live stream by admitting to being wesker in the Separate Ways portion of the new #re4remake , but he also sent out concept art given to him by @CapcomUSA_ @dev1_official #REBHFun #wesker #ResidentEvil pic.twitter.com/BlE6orf3tK— Helping Spread Awareness (@BewareCreepyVAs) November 27, 2021
However, if you ask a handful of fans, they might tell you that a remake of this enduring classic isn't necessary. "The greatest disservice you can do it, today, is to make it play like every other game," argued Alan Wen and our James Daly said that Village ticks a number of boxes for those hankering for a remake of Resident Evil 4.
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read