You can see the showcase below as well as the announcement trailer.
It is coming out on January 25.
In a press release sent to The Outerhaven not too long after the reveal, CAPCOM Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi said the following about the trailers. However, it's possible that the system has been tweaked in some way to accommodate for improvements or even just the highly cinematic nature of the original Resident Evil 2 camera system. We've been very eager to unveil the new game to the world this week.
A little more comprehensive than the official remastered Resident Evil HD (2015), the Resident Evil 2 Remake looks to have been given the same over-the-shoulder camera placement introduced in Resident Evil 4.
As a 19-year-old Ellie takes centre stage for The Last of Us: Part II, Naughty Dog managed to surprise fans by presenting E3 with its first prominently featured gay kiss. Now, 20 years after the original release of Resident Evil 2, it's time to return to Raccoon City. Just don't worry about the lack of Claire Redfield so far; Capcom has confirmed she is still there with her own playable campaign, searching for brother Chris. They must work together to survive and get to the bottom of what is behind the terrifying attack. Will they make it out alive?
In a press release, Capcom said the "game has been completely rebuilt from the ground up for a deeper narrative experience". The remake of the title will be different, switching to a new modern third-person perspective. Zombies now react in real time as they take instant visible damage, making every bullet from the player count. With Capcom's proprietary RE Engine powering a new photorealistic style, the characters themselves appear sharper than ever and the grotesque hordes of zombies are brought to life with a horrifyingly realistic wet gore effect.