Capcom has created a global program for fans of the Resident Evil series. Anyone can register as long as he is a fan of the series and is at least 18 years old since the games are classified M by the ESRB.
Recently, the program has made several updates. Ambassadors received list of changes and link to full update in
The changes were made thanks to the comments of the ambassadors. “We are working to improve the Ambassador Program experience, so we look forward to your comments. We will not only respond to requests, but also create new initiatives that will allow you to continue to benefit from the Resident Evil ambassador program! ”
Features added to the program include adding new settings for Ambassador cards, such as adding new icons and registering cards.
Resident Evil Ambassador Program Makes Website Changes And Includes More Point Opportunities
The official site, RE.NET, also now thanks the members. Although this is a small update, some responded that they were happy that the website now knows they are ambassadors.
New one-off features have also been added. Ambassadors can earn points by following the official Resident Evil Ambassador Twitter account. Additional notes on obtaining points have also been added to the official website.
The FAQ page in English now has a new section on the different methods to earn more points.
Points can be earned using the hashtag #REBHFun on social media. Messages tagged with this hashtag are often shared through the official ambassador’s account. You can also earn points by logging into social media accounts or by following official social media accounts. Another option is to answer various questionnaires and participate in various Ambassador events.
Points are important to the program as they allow early access to special events, invitations to beta programs, etc. All this helps in development