Resident Evil Village is official and here is its first in-engine trailer

And the rumors were true. At the PS5 event, Capcom has officially announced Resident Evil Village. Resident Evil Village is a sequel to Resident Evil 7, uses a first-person perspective, and will release in 2021.

This trailer basically confirmed all the earlier rumors. Resident Evil Village will have witches and a medieval setting. Moreover, Resident Evil Village will be cross-gen, meaning that it will hit both current-gen and next-gen platforms.

The game will have zombies and there will be some new types of enemies. One of them is a wolf-like creature/werewolf. Moreover, there will be a new stalker enemy type. It will also have a big castle.

Players will assume the role of Ethan, and Chris Redfield will appear in the game.

You can find all our previous articles for Resident Evil 8/Resident Evil Village here.

“Taking place a few years after the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, Ethan Winters and his wife, Mia, seem to have finally found peace after the horrifying events they endured at the Baker family’s plantation house. Despite putting the past behind them, a surprising yet familiar face returns in the form of Chris Redfield… whose shocking actions ultimately cause Ethan to end up in a mysterious, snow-covered village.”

Enjoy the trailer and stay tuned for more!

Resident Evil Village - Announcement Trailer | PS5

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