The producer on Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake has revealed it would be 'interesting' to see previous titles in the survival horror series revamped with an over-the-shoulder perspective.
Speaking with the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine UK, Tsuyoshi Kanda was asked what other titles in the Resident Evil series he'd like to remake after Resi 2.
In response, Kanda-san commented, 'I think it would be interesting to provide over-the-shoulder versions of our other fixed-camera titles. But for the time being my priority is making Resident Evil 2 a success.'
There's quite a few Resi games that would benefit from a new camera angle. Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil, and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis all use the static camera for example, so presumably any of these titles could get the remake treatment down the line.
This ties in with previous comments from Capcom, with the studio saying it will 'explore' the possibility of additional remakes and/or re-releases down the line.
Resident Evil 2 is due for release on January 25, 2019 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.
Source: OPM UK, Issue 156