Capcom came up with a video of Resident Evil Village gameplay scenes and developer commentary for the Tokyo Game Show.
At the time, it was a bold and form-breaking move on the part of Capcom to cut the horrors of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard from our perspective, cut into the classic (fixed camera) and modernized exterior view. The story’s hero, Ethan Winters, wasn’t even designed to endow him with a particularly intricate personality, he was initially seen as the embodiment of the player (see Gordon Freeman from the Half-Life series), and then as he grew more and more to them, he became that imperfect yet. a well-liked figure who should also be entrusted with the lead role in Resident Evil Village.
Perhaps the most striking distinguishing feature of the sequel is the larger (and of course more detailed) playing field than ever before, which is tempting to explore. The same openness will characterize problem-solving, that is, we will not be able to get through the obstacles rolled into our minds in more than one way.
Resident Evil Village, where we can get to know Ethan even more and experience how his story ends, will be released in 2021 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, as well as Series S. Although Capcom has so far communicated that there are few current consoles for it, it has not said it will make the game work on both PS4 and Xbox One. Producer Tsuyoshi Kanda has revealed that they are currently trying to see how faithfully the experience can be brought back on the runways.
- Developer: Capcom
- Publisher: Capcom
- Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
- Style: Surviving horror
- Appearance: 05.07.2021.
Resident Evil Village takes place years after the events of Resident Evil 7, when Ethan Winters has already started a new life with his wife, Mia, but their quiet life is once again replaced by a nightmare when one of the iconic characters in the franchise appears.