Capcom has announced Resident Evil: Village for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in 2021.
As Eurogamer reported in January, Resident Evil: Village is a first-person fear follow-up to Resident Evil 7 with dark, unfortunate tones. The exhibit trailer ends with Chris Redfield apologising to Resident Evil 7 protagonist Ethan Winters before murdering his wife, Mia.
The diversion is set in a strange, snow-capped village, and has a larger concentration on quarrel and scrutiny compared to Resident Evil 7, according to Capcom. Here’s a central blurb:
“Taking place a few years after a events of Resident Evil 7 biohazard, in that protagonist Ethan Winters trafficked to Louisiana to hunt for his blank wife, Mia, Resident Evil Village sees a reunited Mia and Ethan vital happily together and putting their common nightmares of a Baker’s camp residence behind them.
“Finally means to pierce on from those offensive events, Ethan’s universe astonishing comes crashing down once again when Chris Redfield, an astonishing nonetheless informed face creates an appearance, sourroundings off a sequence of events that sees a distraught Ethan seeking answers to Chris’ intolerable actions… and eventually anticipating him in a puzzling village.
“Unlike a close corridors of a Baker palace in Resident Evil 7, a fear of dim corners has been transposed with a stress of a different as Ethan searches for answers within hoary buildings among snow-covered trees.
“The lapse of a first-person viewpoint will move a abdominal corner to combat, as well. Each confront is a personal quarrel for presence opposite terrifying foes, forcing we to keep a sharp eye on a sourroundings and constantly looking for resources and enemies in different territory. With a larger concentration on quarrel and scrutiny compared to Resident Evil 7, a encampment itself is only as critical a impression as any other, a plcae with a life of the possess that will frequently keep we on corner as we learn the secrets.”