Further notes
  • Rebecca's overall appearance in Resident Evil 0 was modelled after popstar Ayumi Hamasaki, who was the official spokeswoman for Biohazard 0 in Japan. The HD remaster, however, used a different face.
  • In the original Resident Evil 2, when the player walks into the S.T.A.R.S. office, searching Captain Wesker's desk fifty times and you will uncover a film. When it is developed, it is a picture of Rebecca in a basketball uniform.
    • The same film can also be found ìn the 2019 remake, but it requires different criteria. The player has to search Wesker's again with no prompt button shown. After they wash the special film found in the sewer, they should go back to the dark room to develop the picture. The photo is dubbed the "The Rising Stars". 
  • In the English localisation of Resident Evil Archives and Resident Evil Archives II, a translation error indicated that Rebecca had been killed by the time of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. In the Japanese version of both files, she was actually listed as alive.
  • Her fate in the Rebecca dies segment of Chris's scenario varies depending on whether it was the 1996 original game or the 2002 remake:
    • In the original, if when Rebecca asks if she can accompany Chris and is answered "No", she will stay in the room where was found, but when the player returns to the mansion after killing Planta 42, Rebecca will be chased by a Hunter α and Chris has the option to help her, but if not, the B.O.W. will behead she with a blow. Alternatively, if the player chooses not to seek the serum for Richard Aiken, when Chris returns to the mansion, Rebecca will be chased by a Hunter and the same option appears: help her or see how the B.O.W. kills her.
    • In the remake, the same segments happen but when Rebecca is kill by Hunter, she instead has her throat slit via a swipe of the B.O.W.'s arm. Besides, if Rebecca is still alive for the final battle against the T-102 Tyrant and the player doesn't help her when the T-102 grab her, it will eventually impale Rebecca and kill her.


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