Fans can expect a lot of story from the three (or possibly four) campaigns in Resident Evil 6, with a new filing from the British Board of Film Classification confirming a sum total of 255 minutes worth of cutscenes for the game (via Polygon). That's almost half of the legendary eight-plus hours worth of cinematics in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots and more than double the amount in RE4, the most cutscene-heavy game in the series until now, at 127 minutes.
Those cutscenes will spread out across three campaigns, each focusing on a different pair of characters taking on B.O.W. threats in different parts of the world. Fans discovered evidence of a possible fourth campaign, starring Ada Wong, buried in the code for the recently released RE6 demo, but Capcom has yet to confirm anything on that front.