Making its debut at PlayStation 5 Showcase, a new trailer for Resident Evil Village has been released! Hit the jump to see what’s in store for Ethan as he explores a snow-covered village nestled among ice-capped mountains.
Prior to the events of Resident Evil Village, Ethan Winters received a mysterious email from Mia, his wife, who had been missing for a few years. Without the slightest hint of hesitation, Ethan made his way to Dulvey, Louisiana to search for Mia’s whereabouts… and was led straight to the mansion of the twisted Baker family as a result. Resident Evil 7 biohazard set the stage for a new generation of survival horror as seen directly through Ethan’s eyes, making the struggle for survival through a house of nightmares that much more personal. While Ethan and Mia were ultimately able to escape and create a new, peaceful life together, a new tragedy is about to unfold… one that will take a distraught Ethan to a mystifying village in search of answers to painful questions.
While the village itself may look pristine from all the freshly fallen snow, disturbing events are happening just out of sight. Flickering movements catch the corners of Ethan’s eyes, while strange shapes loom on the horizon. It’s among the dilapidated sheds and houses that he may find his answers… or he may find something far more sinister. Strange creatures, odd symbols, and an unusual fairy tale all come together with the power of the RE Engine in the latest trailer to make Resident Evil Village a true showcase of next-generation survival horror.
We’ll leave it to all of you to decipher some of the finer points of what we’ve shared so far, and invite you to check out our announcement blog for more details on the upcoming game. Resident Evil Village is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2021.
Want to experience the events of Resident Evil 7 biohazard to get ready for Village? RE7 is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with special franchise sales happening now (check the page for specific end dates). You can also take a trip to the Baker mansion via PlayStation Now and Xbox Game Pass, so now’s a great time to see what you’ve been missing in the lead-up to Resident Evil Village.