Capcom announced today with a press release that it will release a HD Remaster of the Gamecube classic Resident Evil Zero in Early 2016. Resident Evil 0 director Koji Oda will return to work on the remastered version of the 2002 GameCube title, as will other team members from the original game. Originally released as a GameCube exclusive, Resident Evil 0 was re-released for Wii in 2008 in Japan, and later came to North America under the Resident Evil Archives label. Resident Evil 0 serves as a prequel to the original Resident Evil and gives players control of S.T.A.R.S. medic Rebecca Chambers and ex-soldier Billy Coen. RE0 introduced the "partner zapping" system, which let players switch between characters to take advantage of their unique skills.
Due to the success of other Resident Evil remasters, Capcom has also said there is more to come. Many people were hoping for Resident Evil 2 to be next on the list, however looks like it may well be already in the pipeline.