Resident Evil 6 Goes Gold, Plus RE.NET Video

Capcom have announced that their online RE.net service, which will allow Resident Evil players from around the world to connect and compete, has taken it’s next step towards becoming a full service. And Capcom are ready to show you some of the features

The service, which will be free and launch along side Resident Evil 6 (October 2nd) can be seen in the video below.

They have also announced that the game has finally gone gold on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, meaning that everything is ready for the launch.

Here are some of the features that RE.net will track:

  • Comprehensive stat tracking
    • Enemies killed
    • Weapons used
    • Medals earned
    • And more…
  • Compare your game with those of friends and other Resident Evil 6 players around the world
  • Link your status with Twitter & Facebook
    • Share your latest achievements with friends
    • Receive alerts when your high score has been beaten
  • Free Smartphone App to launch alongside the service
    • Will support iOS, Android and Windows devices
  • Earn RE.Net points just by connecting to the service or entering events
    • Exchange points for cool items including additional Mercenaries costumes or figures to place in your very own Resident Evil diorama
  • Compete in regular organised events such as:
    • Join fellow gamers to defeat a set number of enemies
    • Aim for a high score in Mercenaries Mode
  • Champion Belt events
    • Compete in these special events to win the ultimate accolade, the Champion’s Belt
    • Can only be held by one player at any time
    • Players will need to defend their title or watch it fall to another player

The free Resident Evil.Net service will be available when Resident Evil 6 launches on October 2 – a date which is now 100% confirmed as the title has passed the gold master stage of development for X630 and PS3, and manufacture of this latest instalment in the multi-million selling series has begun. A PC release will follow soon.

John Whitehouse

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