Resident Evil Village: a bossfight appears on the net, beware of spoilers
During the day today, January 26, a fragment of a leaked video of Resident Evil Village emerged on YouTube.
During the day today, January 26, emerged on YouTube a fragment of a leaked footage of Resident Evil Village, the eighth chapter of the famous horror saga. However, Capcom she was extremely quick to remove the footage and in the current state of affairs it cannot be found anywhere else. Apparently this segment would be an extended sequence of a section of Resident Evil Village leaked last month, which is in December. As some of you may know, Capcom has been the victim of a ransomware attack at the end of last year and when the publisher refused to pay the hackers, build sections from the developers of the new Resident Evil were leaked online, including a unpublished bossfight. This bossfight has re-emerged today in a leaked demo, but as we have already told you at the beginning of the article there are currently no traces of this video.
If you want to avoid spoilers about it, we invite you to be careful with the research you do in the future on the net. Fortunately, there are only a few months left before the launch of Resident Evil Village, which after the last showcase finally has a release date, namely the May 7, 2021. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and Windows PC (Steam). Versions for PS4 and Xbox One will be update for free to their next-generation counterparts (on Xbox Series X / S thanks to the Microsoft Smart Delivery service). Furthermore a demo is currently available of the title in exclusive on PlayStation 5.
According to some rumors, it seems that Capcom, in addition to the sequel to Resident Evil 7, is working on a remake of the fourth chapter (in our previous article we explain why the idea does not convince us), and to another remake still shrouded in mystery. Also in August of this year it was confirmed that Resident Evil will receive an adaptation from Netflix in the form of a TV series, as well as a CGI movie called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. Added to this is the cinematic reboot of the series, which will be directed by Johannes Roberts. In short, a particularly rich historical period for the Resident Evil saga, to the delight of all fans of the famous series