Is Resident Evil 3 Remake coming to Switch? Data miners have already combed through the recently released Resident Evil 3 remake demo and spotted something that could be of interest to Nintendo Switch owners. First reported by a horror game fan site Rely On Horror, modder FluffyQuack and his cohorts have found references and to the Switch in the game’s code. In the code, there’s a line for the in-game save system, which brings up a prompt with the message: And it’s followed by listings for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Switch. Resident Evil 3 Remake has been confirmed for all but the Switch version. And that’s not all. There’s also code that links to each platform’s digital store and that includes a specific mention of the Nintendo eShop. So is this confirmation that Resident Evil 3 Remake is coming to Switch? Not exactly. Last year’s Resident Evil 2 Remake skipped the Switch, and neither Capcom or Nintendo have mentioned the game coming to the hybrid console. Even if the game were to launch later on Switch than the other platforms, this is a big enough release that either of those companies would likely include the Switch in the marketing push, but that’s not to say there is zero chance of it coming to Switch. Resident Evil does have a presence on the console. Resident Evil 0. Resident Evil 1, Revelations 1 and 2, and Resident Evils 4, 5 and 6 have all been ported. And for a more recent game, Resident Evil 7: BioHazard is available on the Switch via cloud streaming, though only in Japan. So there is precedence for RE3 coming to Switch. You may have to downgrade the visuals, but somehow they got Witcher 3 on there, so where there is a will, there’s a way. There’s also the possibility that Capcom is prepping Resident Evil 3 for Nintendo’s upgrade to the Switch—the Switch Pro or whatever. And those lines of code could be a nod to that, but I wouldn’t bet on it, as Nintendo has confirmed that no new model of the Switch will be released this year. So what do you think, IGN audience? Is Resident Evil 3 Remake coming to Switch? And would you play it there? Let us know in the comments. In other spooky game news, Konami has confirmed they have no plans of rebooting Silent Hill. But they aren’t quote, “closing the door on the franchise.” Head on over to IGN to learn more. And we’ll see you on the next IGN Now.