Capcom is working on a remastered version of Resident Evil Zero, which will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 in early 2016.
This will mark the first time that Zero will be available on non-Nintendo platforms. The prequel to the original Resident Evil launched on the GameCube in 2002. A Wii version was released in 2008.
The title initially focuses on the ill-fated Bravo Team, who ventured into the Arklay Mountains before the events of Resident Evil. Players assume the roles of both Rebecca Chambers and escaped convict Billy Coen.
Some members of the original development team, including the game's original director Koji Oda, are working on this remastered edition.
The team announced the upcoming game in this video…where they also pass around a green herb plant. They also mention that the recent Resident Evil remake is being played by more than 1 million people. So it’s not all that surprising that the team is turning its attention to other classic titles.