Resident Evil Village: New details emerge from an interview
A recent interview with Famitsu has allowed us to discover new details on Resident Evil Village, a title coming in the course of 2021.
A recent Famitsu interview with Capcom, translated by Alex Aniel, allowed to discover interesting details about the expected Resident Evil Village. Tsuyoshi Kanda and Pete Fabiano have in fact talked about some aspects of the next chapter of the series, such as the plot, the game mechanics and the state of development. The title at the moment is in fact 60% complete, following a work that lasted 3 and a half years. It will conclude the story of Ethan Winter started in Resident Evil 7 and will also see among its protagonists the same village present in the title. Another element that the developers have discussed is the importance of exploration, of solving puzzles and equipment management, as well asimmersiveness that the possibilities of next-gen platforms will be able to offer thanks to reduced loading times:
We have updated the graphics and sound. Furthermore, the fact that the loading times cannot be perceived is an important point in favor. All in all, next-generation consoles allow for more immersive experiences.
In addition to fear, combat and item handling, exploration is a must in Resident Evil. Solving puzzles is certainly important; expands the breadth of gameplay.
Famitsu also confirmed that the first person view has evolved considerably compared to the previous episode, although more information about it will be shared at a later time. We remind you that Resident Evil Village will arrive in 2021 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC.