Played live on stage, the asymmetrical nature of Project Resistance is a far cry from what we have come to expect from the Resident Evil series in recent years. Four players assume the role of survivors, each with their distinct skills and abilities, while a fifth works against the team and trying to eliminate them.
Whenever a survivor is down, their allowance of time to escape is lowered, and if it reaches zero, the mastermind is victorious.
Although Capcom has been showing off Project Resistance at both Tokyo Game Show 2019 and at PlayStation Live Show, the company has stated that the gameplay is still very much in the experimental phase. Things can change, especially based on player feedback, and it will definitely be interesting to see how Capcom manages to pull this off whenever it releases.
Project Resistance will come to PS4 and other platforms, with no release date set as of yet, a closed beta will also be happening between October 4 and 9.