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Resident Evil Village Gameplay Detailed in New Video


Curious what Resident Evil Village will look like on the PlayStation 4 Pro? The team at IGN recently released exclusive new gameplay footage of the title running on current gen hardware.

See both the protagonist Ethan Winters and the larger-than-life Alcina Dimitrescu with five minutes of footage for the game below:

Resident Evil Village: First-Ever PS4 Pro Gameplay (4K) – IGN First

The next generation of survival horror for the series, Resident Evil Village features Ethan Winters once more, who is kidnapped by Chris Redfield and transported to a mysterious European village.

An inventory management system similar to the one found in Resident Evil 4 will be included through the use of a briefcase. Ethan can also pick up additional weapons and items along the way from the Duke.

Note that this particular video is the start of IGN’s month of exclusive coverage regarding the title. All those interested in learning more can see Resident Evil Village in action on their YouTube channel.

The final release of the game will come out on May 7, 2021 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC via Steam.

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