There’s only less than a week left for the Resident Evil Village release, which, based on the demos we’ve seen so far, has a smooth run of not just this tight spring season, but the best game of 2021. The Village will continue straight into the seventh part in many ways, This will also be played in FPS perspective, and its protagonist will be Ethan Winters, who will direct it. Resident Evil revolutionized 7 with its ability to play from an inside perspective, so it was daring that Capcom began developing the village 6 months before the release of Episode 7.
Director Morimasa Sato betrayed To IGN in the US Given this fact in an interview. “We were still developing Resident Evil 7, but my boss told us to start preparing for the next episode. At the time, we didn’t even have a snapshot of how fans were responding to a new kind of horror and character experience.” […] We didn’t know what they were going to do to change perspective, so at first we were very worried about it. But half a year after the development of the village began, Resident Evil 7 was launched and we were lucky. This strengthened our belief that the Village should be a straightforward sequel, ”the director, who even revealed that it has been fixed that Part 8 will follow in the footsteps of Resident Evil 4, shouted that only it was not certain whether this would happen as well can be played from FPS perspective, so yet Part 7 successful, The Village becomes a mixture of Episodes 4 and 7.
Indeed, although the seventh part was generally good, many of Resi’s fans did not like the change of perspective and compromises towards the psychological warrior. But it was worth the risk, and history is repeating itself, because we know from unofficial sources that Resident Evil 9 has already been manufactured, which will end Ethan’s story. The Village will be released on PC on May 7 for both previous and current-generation consoles – although it has long been questionable whether it will be released for PS4 and Xbox One.