Resident Evil 2 The Board Game
Nail-biting decisions. Flesh-eating zombies.
Immerse yourself in this cooperative horror board game for 1-4 players. Trapped in the midst of an outbreak, you and your allies must work together to escape Raccoon City…and uncover the truth behind the virus.
Face the infected…
The undead crashing through a window. Arms reaching from a hidden place. The blood-curdling howl of a zombie dog. Tread carefully, and fear the unexpected!
…and uncover the truth
Will you play one-off scenarios, or brave a full campaign to find the truth behind the deadly outbreak?
Claire came to Raccoon City determined to find her brother. Now she’s trapped in the middle of an outbreak with nothing but a handgun. Claire’s pretty resourceful, though. If she can get her hands on other weapons, she’ll figure out how to use them. And with her big heart, healing skills, and strong protective streak, she’ll keep the other survivors on their feet and moving forward.
Watch out for the living dead roaming Raccoon City!
Cooperate or die—you decide
Whether you play solo or with friends, Resident Evil™ 2: The Board Game is a fully cooperative experience. If even a single character dies, the scenario is lost.
You’ll need to work together if you want to survive
- 24 Miniatures
- 70 Tiles & Terrain
- 62 Tokens & Dials
- 155 Cards
Gameplay you can sink your teeth into
The tension deck is designed to keep you on edge. Green cards mean there’s no immediate threat. Amber cards mean a strange sound or sudden movement, so you’ll need to think carefully about your next move. And red cards? Well, those are probably best avoided.
In each scenario, you’ll explore video game locations represented by tabletop tiles and terrain elements. But be cautious: who knows what dangers lurk in the dark?
As your characters make their way through Raccoon City, they’ll need to scavenge for supplies. From weapons to healing herbs, the items they find may make the difference between a successful escape and certain death.
You need to know what you’re up against if you want to stand a chance. Lucky for you, enemy cards show how they act, how they attack, and how hard they are to kill.