Today’s Resident Evil Showcase opened with a scary new trailer for Resident Evil Village. The new game of the franchise that turns 25 looks scarier and promising with each new trailer, and we can’t wait to touch the new horror prepared by Capcom. We won’t have to wait for the release as a limited-time demo of the game will be available, with early access on PS4 and PS5. Find the new trailer below.
Resident Evil Village is definitely one of the most anticipated games of the year, and each new trailer only raises fan expectations. Another video arrived during today’s Resident Evil Showcase; we show it to you right away. Look at it, and you will be amazed!
And the surprises don’t stop there because a special timed demo is also coming, already downloadable on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Here are the times and dates on which it will be possible to download these special demos.
And this is instead the mini trailer that celebrates the early arrival of the trial version on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Resident Evil VIllage is coming to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Steam, and Stadia on May 7.
The Mercenaries mode will return to Resident Evil Village
As expected, Resident Evil Village was the main protagonist of today’s Resident Evil Showcase. It could not be otherwise, given that there is now less than a month to go until the game is released. It has been revealed that in the next chapter of the Capcom series, the much-loved arcade mode The Mercenaries will also make a return, enriched with many new features compared to the past.
Do you remember the Mercenaries mode? It is a mini-game, which appeared in several chapters of the series, much appreciated by fans, so it deserves a dedicated spin-off on Nintendo 3DS. Surprisingly, during today’s Resident Evil Showcase, it was revealed that this mode would return to Resident Evil Village.
The Mercenaries mode will be full of new features. There will be a shop, and you will customize your weapons and many skills to choose from. This mode also promises to be very interesting, a pleasant diversion to distract us from the main game’s horror.
You can also check the PC requirements to play Resident Evil Village.