Just before the highly anticipated arrival of Resident Evil Village on Friday, Capcom has revealed a short and brief launch trailer.
However, the tiny launch trailer might be too much for several players as it contains spoilers for Resident Evil Village.
SPOILER WARNING: If you want to skip reading anything, now is the time to back out.
You are warned already!
Okay then. Continue at your own risk.
‘Resident Evil Village’ launch trailer details
The hyped title has already created unmatched buzz and craze among lovers of the horror franchise in the past months.
And now that it’s almost here, a new launch trailer only escalates the joy of witnessing the upcoming thrills in the game.
Well, speaking about the short clip, some scenes weren’t actually part of previous teasers or even demos!
So those who want to go blind in Resident Evil Village can skip watching this trailer. It’s safer that way, you know.
There are very brief shots of several soldiers holding weapons and a small baby (supposedly Rose).
And yes, can see Ethan showing his concern for his daughter in a background voiceover.
However, there’s also a sequence of him standing in front of some mysterious, monstrous structure. It appears to be in the shape of the heart of someone.
Then, Lady Dimitrescu‘s voice ends the 33-second trailer with a feeling of wanting for more.
“It’s time to rest!”
Resident Evil Village will be almost out by the time you read this article.
New games of 2021
Meanwhile, there many other heavyweights as well scheduled to come out later in this calendar.
Some of the most-awaited potential blockbusters include Mass Effect Legendary Edition and Far Cry 6.
But that’s not it!
Humankind, New World, Psychonauts 2, GhostWire: Tokyo, No More Heroes 3, Shadow Warrior 3, and Biomutant are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced projects making their debuts soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories. The latter will be an interesting take for the players because it will feature a Cat as the main protagonist, named Biscuit.
Again, coming back to Resident Evil Village is going to release for PS5, PS4, PC, Stadia, and Xbox Series X|S.
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