Today Capcom published a pair of videos for Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps. One video is actual gameplay of the tactical, team-based shooter. The other video is a live-action trailer.
In the first video below, you can see gameplay for Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps with commentary from members of the development team. The game mode they are commentating on is called “One Life,” which is a single-elimination game type, i.e. every player only has one life per match.
The second video, a live-action trailer, was originally shown at the Tokyo Game Show this year and was uploaded on the Japanese Biohazard YouTube channel in September.
Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps was announced last month and is billed as a competitive, tactical, team-based shooter where two teams compete to kill each other while zombies roam the map.
In other Resident Evil news, Capcom recently told fans who have been waiting for a proper sequel to 2012’s Resident Evil 6 to “stay tuned.” Capcom is also working on HD remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 0.