New Resident Evil Village video shows gameplay, environment & more!
After teasing more story details at the PlayStation 5 Showcase, Capcom has unveiled a fresh video for the highly-anticipated Resident Evil Village offering a fresh consider the gameplay for another installment of the survival horror franchise along with other new details concerning the title. The video could be below viewed in the ball player!
The new game will grab a couple of years following its predecessor and see Resident Evil 7: Biohazard‘s Ethan Winters coping with his wife Mia in a fresh, peaceful location, but because they feel they’re clear of their past nightmares just, tragedy befalls them again once. Chris Redfield, who appeared in DLC content for RE7, is reacquainted with the couple, and then horrible disrupt their life and leave Ethan devastated and wanting to uncover the mysterious new horror that plague a once peaceful village.
Rumors regarding development on a fresh installment in the Resident Evil franchise began springing up earlier this season and, similar to its acclaimed 2017 predecessor Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, was reportedly planned to be an installment in the Revelations off-shoot series but was transitioned right into a mainline title after positive reception.
The announcement trailer did show several threads much like RE7 in that your story moves from the overall Raccoon City events and characters, though in a setting very similar to Resident Evil 4, occur a mysterious and medieval and isolated village seemingly, day though technically occur present. If certain shots are thought to be gameplay footage, the trailer also reveals that the brand new game shall continue steadily to start using a first-person perspective much like its predecessor.
The past decade for the Resident Evil franchise started with a mixed bag of entries, like the the poorly-received Resident Evil 6 and generally well-received Revelations spin-offs before nearly arriving at a full-stop with the Call of Duty-esque shooter Umbrella Corps in 2016. Following the success of RE7, Capcom turned their efforts to remaking Resident Evil 2 and 3 for current-gen consoles, with the latter seeing critical acclaim as the latter received favorable reviews generally.
Resident Evil Village is set going to shelves sometime in 2021!