According to Digital Trends, if a recent datamine of a “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” demo is true, we will see a lapse of Albert Wesker, a classical criminal in a game. The news combined that Albert’s final name was never mentioned directly in a diversion code, though his name “Albert” was regularly mentioned like a one record that contains a line “LastBossGetAlbert.”
In a finish of “Resident Evil 5,” Albert Wesker incited into a beast and was afterwards blown with a rocket launcher and died. But a diversion universe is full of zombies and other abnormal beings, so a lapse of Wesker in a latest diversion is not impossible.
Others assume that this is another new impression with a same name of Wesker. As a Eurogamer news cited, this could be another Albert, though that would be utterly a coincidence.
Why would a developer emanate another impression with a same initial name when there are so many new names still out there? Why not, then? Creating a new impression with a same name to a prior impression in “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” is not a large box after all.
Another gossip about a diversion is another aged impression competence also lapse in a “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.” Last October, Capcom expelled a few teasers and one of these videos featured a womanlike voice that some critics trust is from an aged character.
“Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” will be expelled on Jan 24, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The diversion will also accessible to PSVR for VR gaming.