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1990s

1995
1996 - Resident Evil
1997 - Resident Evil: Director's Cut
1998 - Resident Evil 2
1999 - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

2000s

2000 - Resident Evil CODE:Veronica & Resident Evil Survivor
2001
2002 - Resident Evil (remake) & Resident Evil 0
2003 - Resident Evil Outbreak
2004
2005 - Resident Evil 4
2006
2007 - Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles
2008
2009 - Resident Evil 5

2010s

2010
2011
2012 - Resident Evil: Revelations & Resident Evil 6
2013
2014
2015 - Resident Evil: Revelations 2
2016
2017 - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
2018
2019 - Resident Evil 2 (remake)

2020s

2020 - Resident Evil 3 (remake)
2021 - Resident Evil Village
2022
2023 - Resident Evil 4 (remake)
2024


1996 was a leap year starting on Monday.

Key[]

Release date
Press event
Actor birth/death
Behind-the-scenes
Real world event
Other

Events[]

Date Event Key
Undated Birth of voice actor Janek Schächter.
March
18 March Birth of actress Madeline Carroll.
March 22 BIO HAZARD is released on the PlayStation console in Japan.[1]
March 30 Resident Evil is released on the PlayStation console in the United States.[1]
April
April Marvel Comics' RESIDENT EVIL Vol 1 No. 1 is published in the United States.[citation needed]
5 April Birth of actor Jōtarō Matsumoto.
May
15 May Birth of Russian voice actress Darya Shevchuk.[2]
19 May Birth of actress Andrea Giardinelli.
June
21 June Birth of voice actress Hitomi Suzuki.
July
31 July Birth of model Eduard Badaluta.
August
1 August Resident Evil is released on the PlayStation console in Germany and the United Kingdom.[1]
September
16 September Birth of actor Ryūsei Yokohama.
October
4 October Birth of actress Ella Balinska.
18 October Birth of voice actress Minami Iinuma.
23 October Birth of voice actress Pekár Adrienn.
December
7 December BIO HAZARD is released on PC for PowerPC accelerators in Japan

Sources[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Resident Evil Releases (English). Mobygames (1996). Retrieved on 3 January 2019.
  2. Дарья Шевчук (Russian). Kinopoisk.ru. Retrieved on 2023-04-05.
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