Capcom warned fans that physical copies of resident Evil 3 remake can take longer to arrive in Europe. This delay is due to the overall blockage of coronaviruses because the stock suffers because of the cessation of the means of production.
Despite this, Capcom stated that the world’s exit date will not change. The game will always come out on April 3rd. “Some European markets can experience delivery delays or the availability of physical goods, including game record copies,” Capcom said.
In a statement that Capcom UK has published on Twitter, the company reassured the fans it “closely followed official regulations to ensure that we give priority to the safety of our fans, employees and partners. As such, we are in frequent communication with our local distribution and retail partners in each market to put copies available when local import conditions will allow it. »
The company advised players to check with local retailers, most of whom are themselves in lockout, for other updates. The fans that anticipate the output of Resident Evil 3 remake can also buy a numeric edition to avoid any delay in playback.
The Capcom Declaration is similar to Square Enix warning of possible delays in the distribution of final fantasy vii physical copies for the same reasons.
Until Capcom gives new updates, the fans will have to buy digital, either wait patiently their physical copy.