Capcom has officially revealed that Resident Evil Village is in development, and it’s coming to next-generation consoles and PC in 2021.
Resident Evil Village will feature a return of the first-person horror adventure introduced in Resident Evil VII as players find themselves taking on a new threat. While we don’t have much information on the trailer or the characters, we do know that they are tying the narrative to previous entries with the inclusion of Chris Redfield.
The trailer begins by sharing, “His Story Comes to an End.” Additionally, we learn that players will be exploring new environments and will introduce new characters.
Over the years, the Resident Evil series has gone through a few changes. In entries four through six, fans were given more action-focused mechanics. However, with the release of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, players were treated to a first-person horror adventure, with the option to play using the PlayStation VR.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the development of Resident Evil Village as well as it’s official release date when it’s announced.
Resident Evil Village is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC for a 2021 release.
For now, you can take watch the gameplay reveal trailer for Resident Evil Village below:
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