'Resident Evil 6' gameplay video features snakes and saliva

Resident Evil 6, the upcoming survival horror game staring a quartet of series regulars, received a new video today highlighting gameplay and a snake in desperate need of a dentist.

Resident Evil 6, Capcom's upcoming survival horror game staring a trio of series veterans, received a new video today from Gamescom highlighting gameplay and a snake in desperate need of a dentist.

In the video, Chris Redfield, co-star of Resident Evil 5, and co-co-co-co-star of Resident Evil 6, faces down a sometimes transparent, always angry snake monster with a salivation problem. Amidst hanging carcasses, a staple of the Resident Evil franchise, the video shows Redfield taking advantage of the game's twists on the Resident Evil formula by changing weapons with a streamlined overlay, and walking and shooting at the same time.

Redfield's video marks the game's third from Gamescom, including a video that showcases Leon Kennedy's bad day in a subway, and another featuring newcomer Jake's standoff on a snow-covered mountain.

Resident Evil 6 is aiming for an October 2nd release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. You can check out Chris, some redshirts, and Snaketooth (not his real name) in the video below.

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