Capcom released its 8th cannon instalment in the Resident Evil series this month on consoles and PC. Continuing the story from the previous game with Ethan Winters as the main protagonist, Resident Evil Village, or Resident Evil VIII offers more first person investigation, but as the name suggests, there is
Resident Evil Village
The latest UK Software Sales Chart is in which puts Capcom’s Resident Evil Village at the top of the pile with New Pokemon Snap pushed into second. FIFA 21 moves up 3 places to 3rd. Returnal which was second last week drops down to 15th. Shortages of PS5’s isn’t going
Capcom writes: “Venture into the beautiful, yet terrifying village, and unravel all of its dark secrets when Resident Evil Village launches tomorrow on May 7th, for PS5, PS4, XSX|S, X1, Steam, and Stadia!” Take a look at the launch trailer to get your appetite all whet.
Playstation gamers get to sample the castle area of the upcoming Resident Evil Village in the latest demo to arrive on the PSN for PS4 and PS5. Check out the trailer. No luck for Xbox or PC gamers though. Resident Evil Village releases on May 7th, so not much longer
With the Resident Evil series reaching 25 years and going strong for more, Capcom today announced that Resident Evil Village will release on May 7th 2021. The game comes to consoles, PC and Stadia. Players can also play an open beta test for Resident Evil Re:Verse taking place April 7 at 23:00
Capcom released a new trailer for the upcoming Resident Evil Village which now has a firm May 7th release date. There is also a PS5 demo available now. You can grab the demo from the Playstation Store.
Coming to a screen near you next week on Jan 21st is the Resident Evil Showcase. To whet the appetite, here’s the teaser trailer.
Capcom showcased some more drama in their Resident Evil Village 2nd trailer. Coming to consoles and PC in 2021 including PSVR support.