Resident Evil Village will be released in May and also coming to Xbox One and PS4 – Gaming – News

Resident Evil Village will be released worldwide on May 7th and will also be coming to Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Developer Capcom has announced this. Multiplayer game Resident Evil Re: Verse will be released at the same time.

Resident Evil Village will be released worldwide on May 7 and will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One in addition to PS5, Windows and Xbox Series X. Capcom announced this on Thursday during a video presentation. Resident Evil Re: Verse, a multiplayer deathmatch game, will be released at the same time. Players who have purchased Resident Evil Village can play Re: Verse for free.

Resident Evil Village was first announced in June last year and the multiplayer game was hinted earlier as well. Resident Evil Village follows the story of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The game revolves around protagonist Ethan Winters. He must look for his kidnapped daughter in Lady Dimitrescu’s castle and the nearby village.

Unlike most other Resident Evil games, Village is completely first-person. It brings back Resident Evil 4’s inventory management system, supplemented with medication and ammo crafting. In addition, the merchant back, where players can buy a variety of weapons and ammo.

Resident Evil Re: Verse was created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Resident Evil series. In the third person game, players compete as one of the well-known characters from the Resident Evil series: Jill Valentine, Claire Redfield, Leon S. Kenney, Nemesis, Hunk, Chris Redfield, Ada Wong and Jack Baker. The game takes place in the Raccoon City Police Department, which is well known to fans. In addition to other players, there are also monsters from previous Resident Evil games. In terms of style, Re: Verse is completely different from Village. The photorealism is exchanged voor cellshaded graphics.

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