So some stuff that I wanted to point out in Michael Does Life's many criticism / clickbait videos.
I do agree that perhaps Capcom caters more to the Fortnite and Call of Duty clan. However, what he also needs to understand is that Capcom, like anybody else, has to keep with the times. So to do a remake like Shinji Mikami's 2002 remake in a year like 2019, would be kind of silly.
With that said, the series seems to be devoid of any decent story, and I myself grow more and more concerned that they've lost their touch with sequels, and focus more on remaking games that already are legendary. I'm also not keen on the redesigns of the characters. The Resident Evil 2 remake was quite forgettable, so I'll give him that. It was a good game as a general horror adventure game, but a lot of stuff was cut out. It wasn't soul-less, but at the same time, I see where some haters are coming from.
The problem with longevity in franchises, is that as gaming moves on, they have to adapt to modern day methods that please the bigger market. By today's standards, fans that like only the original style, would be ignored on the basis that maybe that is no longer fashionable to the world of gaming today. Some people may say they sold out. It's up for debate.