Capcom will launch a new website called ResidentEvil.net that allows players to keep track of their progress in Resident Evil 6 and gives them access to performance reports.
Capcom will launch a new website called ResidentEvil.net that allows players to keep track of their progress in Resident Evil 6 and access to performance reports.
The site will pull details from a player's game and compile personal battle performance reports, create graphical performance reports on levels completed, provide stats on weapons used and enemies killed, and players will also be able to see their friends' data.
The site will track the player's and their friends' gameplay progress in real-time and players can receive a news feed showing awards they've earned, as well as in-game notifications when a player's score is beaten by a friend.
The free service tracks stats, mercenary scores, and allows players to compare their progress to their friends'.
ResidentEvil.net also gives players in-game unlockables and dishes out community challenges where players can win Resident Evil Points. Using the points, which can be earned by completing challenges like killing 10,000 zombies in a set amount of time, for instance, players can purchase vanity items like a mercenary costume, and figurines to set up dioramas of Resident Evil 6 secenes.
The service, which is completely free, also provides players with a story synopsis so that the player can read through the files they've found in the game.
The service is also being developed for mobile and tablet devices.