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Resident Evil Village Gets New Story Trailer


Yesterday’s Resident Evil showcase provided a number of new details regarding Capcom’s upcoming survival horror title Resident Evil Village.

This title asks players how far somebody would go to save the one they love. The protagonist Ethan Winters has had everything taken from him, and must fight for both his daughter Rosemary and for survival. Along the way, Ethan must contend with both Mother Miranda and the evil Alcina Dimitrescu. According to the director, the title was designed as a horror movie that you can play.

See it in action with the fourth trailer for the game below:

Resident Evil Village – 4th Trailer

Resident Evil Village Director Morimasa Sato also recorded a video regarding Resident Evil Village’s The Mercenaries mode. See how this fan-favorite mode has evolved for this entry with the video below:

Resident Evil Showcase | April – The Mercenaries

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, PC via Steam, and Google Stadia on May 7, 2021. The PC version of the game in particular will feature both ray tracing and AMD FidelityFX.

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