Resident Evil Village, bad news for additional content

Resident Evil Village, bad news for additional content

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village debuted in 2021, also managing to win a game of the year title. There is no doubt that the game has convinced fans of the series and it is therefore legitimate to expect DLCs, or additional content that may not arrive shortly and, above all, be blocked for a payment.

Se in fact, many were hoping for some completely free additional content for Resident Evil Village well, it won't be. At least according to the insider Dusk Golem, who over the last few days has expressed himself on the matter by responding to a user who asked precisely if Capcom was planning the launch of some free DLC. According to the insider, this will not be the case, although he obviously did not go into the details of the story.

"There is no way that the Resident Evil Village DLCs will be 100% free. If there is one, it means that there will be more additional content in the program, all completely paid ”, the words of Dusk Golem launched on Twitter. While not necessarily closing the door to the possibility, his words make us infer that in reality Capcom would have more plans in hand to support the game, even based on one or more additional contents, which according to the insider would be almost ready to be announced. and launched on the market.

There's no way Resident Evil Village has 100% free DLC, if there's a free DLC piece included, it strongly alludes they have more than one DLC piece in the works.

- AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@ AestheticGamer1) January 7, 2022

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From a Capcom report published in late October, the development team has already hinted at the possibility of launching additional free content. The information from Dusk Golem would therefore clash with the claims of the Japanese publisher and developer, but obviously it cannot be ruled out that the plans have changed. As always, we invite you to take this news with a grain of salt and wait for the usual official communications, which can shed some light on the additional content of Resident Evil Village.

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Play Resident Evil 2 And 3 Remakes In VR With New Mod, Village VR Mod In Early State

Capcom has returned the Resident Evil franchise to its horrifying roots in recent years (namely, Resident Evil 7 and Village), pitting players against grotesque creatures with the added heart-bursting benefits of a first-person perspective. The RE 2 and 3 Remakes are third-person experiences, but the high-quality graphics, tight action controls, and unkillable Mr. X and Nemesis create that same sense of dread that the latest entries are known for. The Remakes beg to be played in VR, and one great modder did just that. 

According to Kotaku, praydog has been developing VR ports for both Remakes for quite some time. Modder praydog’s attention to detail is particularly striking as the full-motion controls make the games’ conventional weapons feel physical. Swinging the knife as rotting zombies fill the screen mimics the adrenaline-laced (and fantastic!) experience of Resident Evil 4 VR. You can even watch all the cutscenes in 3D, although this could break certain scenes in silly ways since the vanilla versions of the Remakes have fixed cameras. 

The VR capabilities also mean that praydog translated the original games into first-person, making the remakes feel new. You can watch some gameplay (below) to see if you have the courage to download the mod. And, if you’d prefer just to hop right in, the downloads can be found over on GitHub, where praydog announced that Biohazard and Village VR mods are also in the works.

The modded Remakes are in good company, as the recent Resident Evil 4 VR on Oculus Quest was an impressive showcase too. Our very own Blake Hester reviewed the port and opined:

“RE4VR completely turned my relationship with a game I know better than most on its head. If you're a fan of RE4, have access to an Oculus Quest 2, and don't mind the morally and ethically questionable need to have a Facebook account to play an Oculus game, I can't recommend RE4VR enough. It's like breathing new life into an old, familiar feeling.”

Are you going to grab the Remake VR ports for yourself? Let us know what you think of the games in the comments!

[Source: Kotaku]

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