The recently announced Resident Evil 3 will not have a Mercenaries Mode according to the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine UK. In an interview with Capcom producer Peter Fabiano, it was revealed that the mode is to be replaced with the team-based survival horror mode, Resident Evil Resistance. Similar to Resident Evil 2, Nemesis won’t be a complete one-to-one remake. There are a few changes Capcom has implemented to distinguish it from the original. One of the biggest changes is the exclusion of Mercenaries - Operation: Mad Jackal, a minigame that players could unlock after beating the original Resident Evil 3. In the mode, players are tasked with trying to escape the city within a time limit, killing zombies and saving survivors along the way. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2019/12/11/resident-evil-3-comparison-remake-vs-original"] While Mercenaries Mode shares a few similarities to the new minigame it's been replaced with, the two are still very different. Previously known as Project Resistance, Resident Evil Resistance was first officially revealed in early September 2019. A gameplay trailer followed shortly after revealing the mode to be an online multiplayer that pits four players against one as they try to escape perilous stages in a limited amount of time. Each character has a backstory and signature abilities players can use to escape. Meanwhile, the evil “Mastermind” places dangerous obstacles, such as traps and enemies, on the map to try and stop them. In our Resident Evil Resistance hands-on preview, we found it to be very reminiscent of Friday the 13th. [[widget path="global/article/imagegallery" parameters="albumSlug=every-ign-resident-evil-game-review-ever&captions=true"] In addition to replacing Mercenaries Mode, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis will not have multiple endings. In the OPM interview, Fabiano also confirmed that Capcom will be adding the ability to play as Carlos Oliveira. “Carlos will have his own interesting section to play through.” He said. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis arrives on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 3, 2020.