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Thursday, September 16, 2021

‘Resident Evil Village’ Voice Actor Hints at Possible Future Game

Who doesn’t want more speculation about future Resident Evil titles? Of course, you’ll have to watch your sodium intake, but this next rumour leads to so many possibilities. Via Video Games Chronicle, voice actor Neil Newbon (the man behind Resident Evil Village‘s Karl Heisenberg and Resident Evil 3 remake’s Nicholai) hinted that he may return in a new game.

Speaking on the Awfully Irish Podcast with host Gerard Eady, Newbon stated that he and fellow actor Nicole Tompkins (who played Jill Valentine in Resident Evil 3) could be returning for another game.

“I do make some very good close friends that I love working with again and again sometimes,” Newbon said. “You know, Nicole and I – I can’t talk about some things, but this is not our first rodeo and it may not be our last. We may have some other shit.”

Now obviously, this is the point where many of you jump up and down and say “Resident Evil 4 remake!”. And you may be right. However, Newbon plays it vague in terms of just what he’s referring to. While it could be RE4, it could also mean the upcoming Resident Evil Village DLC, or a new game entirely.

Heck, let’s toss in something out of left field and say that Capcom is going to give fans justice and give us Code: Veronica X. After all, Stephanie Panisello (who did Claire Redfield’s voice in the Resident Evil 2 remake) would be up for it.

But until Capcom says something, all we’re left with is our speculations and hopes.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3683295/resident-evil-village-voice-actor-hints-at-possible-future-game/

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