Resident Evil Village was one of the surprising reveals during the Future of Gaming stream for the PlayStation 5. Since its reveal, fans have been waiting for more details about Capcom’s next mysterious entry for the franchise.
The latest issue of Famitsu covers some new and exciting details about Resident Evil Village. Fans who have waited for more details about the game don’t have to wait longer as the Famitsu issue brings in some pretty exciting news for the highly anticipated title.
Development over half-done
The report suggests that development on the game is already over 60% done. While we’ve yet to get an actual release date for the upcoming title, we can at least safely assume that the game will launch sooner than expected. Without delays, the game could begin in 2021.
However, details also confirm that the game is less likely going to be a launch title for the next generation of consoles. As it is over halfway done, fans can expect to see more details on the game, including its gameplay within the coming months.
The report also notes that the game will retain the same perspective found in Resident Evil 7. However, Capcom is going to add a twist to it for the upcoming sequel.
The details are minimal, but the Famitsu report says that the first-person perspective from the previous entry has been evolved for Resident Evil Village. It will be exciting to see just what Capcom has done for the gameplay style that brought back the franchise to its survival horror roots.
The next Resident Evil is going to be a big one, but fans are honestly confused about what they saw from the cinematic trailer for the game. They want more details about the game’s cult-like and mysterious premise.
In terms of story, all we know for now is that the sequel will feature the end of Chris Redfield’s story, as teased in the trailer, but even this seems rather vague. All fans want from the game is that it stays in the survival horror genre, much like it did with Resident Evil 7.
Resident Evil Village is one of the first initial titles to launch for the next generation of consoles. The cinematic trailer for the game is pretty vague, but from what we saw, the game has the potential to be the most terrifying entry in the franchise yet.
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