Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine's outfits from the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance are being added into the remastered remake of Resident Evil.

Capcom has announced that Chris and Jill's BSAA outfits are going to be added into the current-gen Resident Evil remake. A flash game was hosted on the game's official website where players could help spread the T-Virus contagion throughout Raccoon City. Each player was able to add a fraction of a percent to spreading the zombie-inducing plague throughout the town. Upon reaching 100 percent infection throughout all of Raccoon City, Capcom revealed that Chris and Jill are getting these new outfits in the upcoming remastered game. While it's chronologically impossible since the group didn't appear until RE5, the BSAA would have been able to properly contain the T-Virus epidemic.

Resident Evil's remastered version of its re-release will be out on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2015.

We know this RE remake will be providing a ton of creepy moments, especially once the Crimson Head zombies start waking up: