Resident Evil Village’s Shadows of Rose DLC will be the last to focus on the Winters family

Capcom has stated that the upcoming Resident Evil Village DLC would be the final little bit of story centered on the Winters household.

Undecided if there’s anybody that’s notably enthusiastic about Ethan Winters and his household in comparison with different basic characters within the Resi sequence like cutie Leon, however for these on the market that may need to know, the upcoming Shadows of Rose DLC would be the final to be all concerning the Winters household.

In an interview with IGN Japan at Tokyo Sport Present, director Kento Kinoshita stated Capcom is “creating the Shadows of Rose story to conclude the Winters household saga.” So primarily, anticipate some contemporary faces in future entries, or not less than to see older characters return as protagonists.

In response to IGN, when requested about what followers can anticipate for the way forward for the sequence, producer Masachika Kawata merely laughed saying they might “completely not” share any plans the studio presently has.

A minimum of we do know what’s coming within the close to future, as Capcom did show off the upcoming Resi 8 DLC at TGS. In Shadows of Rose, you play as Ethan’s daughter Rose 16 years after the occasions of the principle recreation, the place she’s in search of a treatment for her powers.

The bottom recreation may even be getting a third-person digital camera replace, so you’ll be able to lastly see Ethan from a complete new, however nonetheless acquainted perspective.

Whereas there have been no large bulletins for it, Capcom additionally introduced that the Resident Evil 4 remake may even be coming to PS4, although nothing introduced for Xbox One house owners.

The Resi 4 remake was announced earlier this year, and is presently set to launch March 24, 2023, which is not too far-off now. It additionally apparently options PSVR2 help, although the headset itself does not have a launch date but so who is aware of if you can play it in VR at launch, especially considering PSVR games won’t work on the VR2.


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