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Monday, November 16, 2020

Capcom Data Leak Reveals Potential ‘Resident Evil Village’ April Release, VR Version of ‘Resident Evil 4’

For this one, keep in mind that this information was all obtained due to a ransomware attack on Capcom’s internal systems, and is coming from 4chan after Capcom apparently refused to meet the hacker’s demands. Capcom has not acknowledged this info, either. With that in mind, according to the leak, reportedly Capcom has initial plans to have Resident Evil Village released early in the new year.

We already knew that was the case, but the leak has the release pinned to late April. In addition, Capcom is apparently following the same route it took with the remakes for Resident Evil 2 and 3 by offering a demo for Village. However, thanks to an agreement with Sony, the PS5 would get the demo first.

On top of that, Village will reportedly be getting an online component similar to Resident Evil Resistance, which is codenamed Dominion. While there’s no mention of the rumoured Resident Evil 4 remake, there is mention of a VR version of Resident Evil 4 that appears to be an Oculus exclusive. Like Village, RE4 VR has an apparent April release date.

Lastly, May is listed as the tentative release date for the recently-announced Resident Evil Netflix series Infinite Darkness.

Again, none of this has been verified by Capcom (for obvious reasons), and this should all be taken with your usual sodium intake.

Resident Evil Village is set for release on the PS5, Xbox Series and PC via Steam.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3641593/capcom-data-leak-reveals-potential-resident-evil-village-april-release-vr-version-resident-evil-4/

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