Capcom Co.’s Resident Evil 6 for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 3 and Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox 360 will include nearly four hours of cut scenes according to the British Board of Film Classification.

The BBFC recently disclaimed the upcoming sequel held 255 minutes of cutscenes. By comparison Resident Evil 5 held 65 minutes and Resident Evil 4 held 127 minutes.

Capcom recently stated each of the three campaigns represent about 70 to 80 percent of the entire Resident Evil 5 campaign for a lengthy sequel.

Resident Evil 6, to be sold Oct. 2, will feature a single-player and co-op campaign mode to include Leon S. Kennedy and Chris Redfield, in addition to new characters in a dramatic global horror crisis.

In a multi-story arc, Leon S. Kennedy confronts an infected President of the United States, while Chris Redfield arrives in China under the threat of a bioterrorist attack.

New features in Resident Evil 6 include play between three main characters, Leon S. Kennedy, Chris Redfiend, and Jake Muller. Each character will have a unique gameplay tone.

In addition, the title will include single-player or co-op play offline or online.

Zombies can now run, jump, and use weapons, while new enemies called the Chrysalide can undergo a full metamorphosis to spawn new monsters.

The Resident Evil video game franchise has sold more than 47 million copies worldwide to date. The live action movies have grossed more than $525 million in global markets.

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