Gamers who were expecting big announcements after Capcom's presentation at E3 2021 were disappointed. However, two important pieces of information were revealed to Resident Evil fans.
First of all, we learned that the work on a DLC for Resident Evil Village. Unfortunately, no details were given. It was only stated that the project is being created in response to fans' requests, who demand expansions to the latest part of the series. We hope that we will get something like the End of Zoe expansion for Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, which turned out to be a noteworthy title, enabling us to impersonate a different character than in the base game.
In addition, Capcom announced that Resident Evil RE:Verse will be released in July this year. Recall that this is a network module for Resident Evil Village enabling us to play in six-player deathmatch skirmishes, where we'll control the most famous characters from the franchise.
Resident Evil RE:Verse was originally supposed to debut simultaneously with RE Village, but the multiplayer mode's launch was delayed.
Resident Evil: Village was released on May 7, this year on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and Stadia. The game received excellent reviews and was appreciated by editor, who gave it 9 out of 10. It also proved to be a considerable box office success, moving over 4 million copies in its first three weeks on the market.
- Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting
- Resident Evil Village - game guide
- Resident Evil Village - official website
- Capcom - official website