• "Resident Evil 7" may be officially revealed during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Exposition (E3).

"Resident Evil 7" may be officially revealed during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Exposition (E3). (Photo : YouTube/TafioBarker)

Details concerning the long awaited classic horror game, "Resident Evil 7," are scarce, with Capcom remaining silent about the popular franchise.

Rumor mills have it that the game may be officially revealed during this year's Electronic Entertainment Exposition (E3) trade show. However, it remains to be seen whether it will come to reality, since the developer company has not provided any additional information after their announcement in October 2015.

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During an interview with Japanese magazine Dengeki Playstation via Siliconera, producer Masachika Kawata said that fans should get ready for "Resident Evil 7" adding, "We're currently not at a state to talk about it... but please stay tuned."

With regard to criticism that "Resident Evil 6" is heavy on gunplay but lack setting and tension associated with its precursors, the game producer said, "Since there's been more spinoff titles, I can see how it can be perceived in such a way. And of course I believe that we should produce titles that bring out the horror. I'm thinking about it and also preparing for it."

The plot should go back to its roots that feature horror scenes with survival modes as a way of reviving game. There are speculations that Raccoon City may again serve as the map where the original outbreak was depicted.

Furthermore, "Resident Evil 7" may also see the return of villains William Birkin and Nemesis, who made the first three iterations successful as opposed to what happened to the subsequent ones that received negative feedback.

Meanwhile, the development team of the game has been considering players' review and acknowledged that they have to change some aspects in future. 

Michael Pattison, the former marketing boss said that they have definitely seen the response from consumers as well as the PR reaction.

Talking to MCV, Pattison said, "With 'Resident Evil 6' specifically, we probably put too much content in there, there were comments from consumers that said it felt bloated. The Leon missions went down very well, and because we did 'Resident Evil Revelations' on 3DS, there was a cry out for us to focus our attention on survival horror, rather than be too many things to all people."

Watch the clip below for further details about "Resident Evil 7."