Flickr proves itself to be useful as Kotaku reports the fresh screenshots of Resistance 3. The shots haven’t been validated but it does look like the latest upcoming installment to the PlayStation 3 exclusive. In the midst of the screenshots you will find some concept art but nothing revealing gameplay. It looks like Insomniac is doing their best to keep any and everything regarding the game internal so there is a chance this could be a potential leak as the Flickr user is no longer active.
A little over a dozen images, including in-game shots and a few pieces of concept art allegedly from the in-the-works shooter Resistance 3, turned up on a Flickr account today. The existence of the game is no surprise; it actually first came to light in a bizarre fashion almost a year ago and developer Insomniac Games made it official in August with a live-action trailer and a promise that more details would be “coming soon.”
It appears that US army man Joseph Capelli will take the role of main hero in Resistance 3. If marine Capelli’s to be the hero, of course, it’s likely that Nathan Hale will play the villain. Insomniac or Sony are yet to clarify these images as real, but I think by looking at them they are as real as real can get. It’s either that or some Resistance-wacko fan has gone to the trouble of creating them all by themselves, which is highly unlikely let me tell you.
There’s pictures of a boat chase, boat ambush, and even some great concept art for the game. Insomniac is really out doing themsevles for their prized first person shooter. We all definitely appreciate that they’re making such a well polished mature title that no doubt is in the same boat as Halo and Modern Warfare.
PSM3 wrote: ‘”They’re calling to us… it’s beautiful. This is just the beginning!” growls Nathan Hale at the end of Resistance 2, before being shot by US Sentinel Joseph Capelli. Is Hale dead? Unlikely – but he may play Resistance 3′s villain, having been consumed by the Chimera virus and, perhaps, adopting the persona of R2 antagonist Daedalus.’