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Resident Evil Showcase with new Village trailer coming next week

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The release date of Resident Evil Village is sneaking up on it, and to prepare players, Capcom has another Demonic resident planned showcase. You can expect it to go live next week on April 15 at 3 p.m. PST or 6 p.m. ITS T. Like the last, this Demonic resident the showcase will focus on Resident Evil Village, including a new trailer and more gameplay for the next title.

Next weeks Demonic resident The showcase will also be featured by Brittney Brombacher, who presented the latter. A video posted on Twitter announcing the presentation includes some new cutscenes and gameplay that we haven’t seen before. One of these clips already has fans of the game’s main vamp, Lady Dimitrescu, in a nervous state in terms of safe work. In it, he cuts the palm of Ethan Winters, the protagonist of the game, with a knife. Then suck their blood straight out of the cut.

However, the next Demonic resident showcase will not focus only on Village. In the video posted on Twitter, Brombacher says “some other surprises” will be discussed. From now on, those surprises could be anything, even a new Demonic resident movie (although I wouldn’t recommend it).

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Moving away from Town, from today Demonic resident The storefront ad also referred to Counter, the multiplayer component of the game. For those who don’t remember, Counter is a competitive multiplayer title that puts players in control of the various heroes, villains, and bio-monstrosities of the world. Demonic resident franchise. Players face off, collecting vials of various dangerous pathogens. However, once they are killed, players return as biohazards like Mr. X or Nemesis to wreak havoc.

The multiplayer title currently has an open beta test running, although it seems to have had a downside. According to a capcom tweet, Counter has run into a multitude of matchmaking problems. As a result, the test has been suspended for the time being. There was no mention of bringing the beta test back online, though Capcom has said it will “let you know when the cause is identified and the fix is ​​in sight.”



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