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Next ‘Resident Evil Village’ demo to reveal more content


Fans of the upcoming Resident Evil Village will soon get accurate information about the game and its final details with a new demo.

Latest reports suggest that Capcom will soon unveil a new demo for Resident Evil Village. And it will show the final content for the title regarding what to expect in the gameplay.

So far, there has been a demo already, along with several teasers and exclusive footage.

‘Resident Evil Village’: Just a month away!

The yet-to-be-revealed new demo is expected to show extra content from the final build of Resident Evil Village.

And that’s an excellent thing, especially for the enthusiastic fans who are waiting for RE8 for the last few months.

Early trailers have already shown how Lady Dimitrescu will scare the hell out of players when they play the game.

And why not? After all, she’s a tall vampire-esque woman. Her various daughters will join the forces as well.

So, it’s going to be a new level of horror altogether.

Recently, however, just a month before its official launch, fake news made everyone shocked. People reported receiving early access invites to test out the beta for Resident Evil Village.

But Capcom dismissed such claims strictly and also warned the fans to ignore any fraudulent emails or invitations.

New video games coming soon

Meanwhile, gamers don’t have just a handful of titles to try out in 2021. Because the new year, just like 2020, is packed with multiple upcoming heavyweights.

Some of the most-anticipated of them are God of War: Ragnarok, Halo Infinite, a new Call of Duty entry, and Far Cry 6.

Monster Hunter Rise, Deathloop, Back 4 Blood, Horizon Forbidden West, Gotham Knights, Stray, and Returnal are also highly awaited.

However, that’s not everything.

The line-up extends further with Riders Republic, Humankind, New World, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and GhostWire: Tokyo.

Psychonauts 2, Bravely Default 2, Biomutant, Oddworld: Soulstorm, Little Devil Inside, and Mundaun will also be released soon.

Several recently announced projects to make their debuts later in 2021 are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories. The latter will be interesting to watch out for since it features a Cat as the primary character, named Biscuit!

Coming back to Resident Evil Village, again, it’s set to be released on May seventh. It will be available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

What do you think about all the vast gaming titles coming this year? Are you excited about all of them?

What are your top favorites?

Drop your reactions and thoughts on our social media handles.

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