Capcom will show more of its long-awaited horror title, Resident Evil: Village, next week through a stream dedicated entirely to the game. We remember that this does not mean that the game is exclusive to Sony, although it is part of its marketing, since we clearly see more of this game at events related to PlayStation.
The announcement was made through all Capcom and Sony networks and can be followed through them on April 15 at 3 PM PDT, that is between 6 and 8 at night in Latin America. It will be a nightly event for us that, according to Capcom Community Director Brittney Brombacher, will have some surprises.
We look forward to playability
Given the success of the last three Resident Evil installments (and Capcom in general), we cannot hide that there are high expectations with this game. In addition, Lady Dimitrescu, the one who seems the main antagonist, has stolen all the attention of the internet for her design. Not far behind are his daughters, possibly adopted, who seem to make life quite difficult for Ethan Winters.
Prepare for another #REShowcase stream, with new Resident Evil Village gameplay 🏰💀
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 8, 2021
In addition, today’s announcement also reminds that the beta of Re: Verse, an online multiplayer with all the characters of the saga, has been available for a day in America and will be available to everyone throughout today. The beta can be downloaded on all platforms on which the game will be available and serves as a preview to this game mode.
Re: Verse will be included in each copy of Resident Evil Village and will offer a different experience, much less tense, in which we will control villains and heroes of the saga in a free-for-all based on shooter mechanics. RE: Village is coming May 7 to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC.
Resident Evil Village promo art hints at a mysterious new villain