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  1. How to watch: Resident Evil Village gameplay and trailer coming in Thursday showcase The PS5, Xbox Series X and PC survival horror game is due out in 2021. Resident Evil Village is getting a showcase Thursday. Capcom Resident Evil Village should hit the PS5, the Xbox Series X and PCs sometime in 2021, and developer Capcom will reveal the first gameplay and a new trailer for the survival horror game in a Thursday livestream. The presentation is set to take place at 2 p.m. PT (5 p.m. ET/10 p.m. GMT/7 a.m. Friday AEST), and it's embedded below. We got a brief teaser for the presentation last week, and hopefully Capcom will reveal the game's release date Thursday. The game is a direct sequel to 2017's Resident Evil 7 and returns to that game's first-person perspective. It'll see Ethan Winters exploring a creepy European village. His wife, Mia, and longtime series protagonist, Chris Redfield, also showed up in last June's shocking reveal trailer. The original game came out on the PlayStation back in 1996, so 2021 marks the series' 25th anniversary. We already know there's a movie coming in September, along with live-action and CGI animated shows hitting Netflix. First published on Jan. 20, 2021 at 9:42 a.m. PT. Source: How to watch: Resident Evil Village gameplay and trailer coming in Thursday showcase
  2. 'Resident Evil' movie reboot will premiere on Labor Day weekend Capcom The next Resident Evil film is set to open on September 3rd or this year’s Labor Day weekend, according to Deadline. While it’s still from Constantin Film, the German production company behind Paul W. S. Anderson’s adaptations, it’s not going to follow Milla Jovovich’s Alice anymore. The upcoming film is expected to follow the games closely and will serve as a reboot of the franchise’s movie series. Constantin first revealed its plans to make an origin movie based on the games late last year, with writer/director Johannes Roberts at the helm. At the time, Roberts said he wanted to “go back to the original first two games and recreate the terrifying visceral experience [he] had when [he] first played them” while also “telling a grounded human story about a small dying American town that feels both relatable and relevant to today’s audiences.” Unfortunately, Deadline didn’t say how the movie will be released. More and more film outfits are choosing to make their movies available for streaming at the same time or shortly after theatrical release due to the pandemic’s effect on the industry. Since the reboot will be under Sony in the US, though, there’s a chance that it will go through a traditional theatrical release first. The company is sticking to a traditional theatrical distribution strategy, and Sony Pictures CEO Tony Vinciquerra previously told CNBC that it’s been working in the entertainment giant’s favor. “...the real benefit has been the number of incoming calls from talent, creators, actors, and directors to us saying, ‘We want to be doing business with you because we know you're a theatrical distributor and producer.’ That has worked very well for us,” he said. The upcoming film will be set in 1998 and, according to franchise producer Robert Kulzer, will “explore the secrets hidden in the walls of the Spencer Mansion and Raccoon City.” It truly does sound like it will be (a hopefully somewhat fateful) adaptation of the first two games. Kaya Scodelario, probably best known for playing Teresa in Maze Runner, will star as Claire Redfield, while The Flash’s Robbie Amell will play as her missing brother Chris. Avan Jogia (Zombieland: Double Tap) is Leon Kennedy, Tom Hopper (The Umbrella Academy) is virologist Albert Wesker and Neal McDonough (The 100, Suits) is leading t-Virus scientist William Birkin. Source: 'Resident Evil' movie reboot will premiere on Labor Day weekend
  3. Resident Evil Village system requirements: Here’s what you need to play on PC The game might be scary, but at least the Resident Evil Village system requirements aren't (Image credit: Capcom) The Resident Evil Village system requirements are in via Capcom's website. Along with the usual minimum specs needed to achieve certain frame rates and resolutions, Capcom has also provided recommended specs if you want ray tracing enabled too. The minimum requirements look fairly tame, and PC gamers with older graphics cards will be thrilled to know that the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti is still going strong five years after launch, able to play Resident Evil Village at 1080p and 60fps if you set the game up to prioritize performance. However, to witness the game in all its 4K glory then you’re going to need a much beefier rig though, with an Intel I7 8700 and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 being the bare minimum for 4K/45fps gaming. Lady Dimitrescu is used to living the high life by the looks of things though and we’re not sure we’d want to insult her with anything but the best... not unless you want the claws to come out. Better get an RTX 3070 to be safe. Resident Evil Village system requirements: (Image credit: Capcom) Minimum (1080p/60fps) OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel i5-7500 / AMDRyzen 3 1200 Memory: 8GB GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TI / AMD Radeon RX 560 DirectX: DirectX 12 Storage: TBD Recommended (1080p/60fps) OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel i7 8700 / AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Memory: 16GB GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 / AMD Radeon RX 5700 DirectX: DirectX 12 Storage: TBD Ultra (4K/45-60fps/ray tracing) OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel i7 8700 / AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Memory: 16GB GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 (4K/45fps) / NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 (4K/60fps) / AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT (4K/45fps) / AMD Radeon RX 6800 (4K/45fps) / AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT (4K/60fps) DirectX: DirectX 12 Storage: TBD That ominous little TBD by the storage requirements might have some people feeling more unnerved than the spooky vampire lady, but it almost certainly isn't going to something to worry about it. We saw some leaks around the Resident Evil Village install size on the PS5 and Xbox Series X a couple of weeks ago that suggested somewhere between 25-50GB for the current-gen consoles, and we can’t see the PC version being much bigger than that. Resident Evil Village launches on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC on May 8. Source: Resident Evil Village system requirements: Here’s what you need to play on PC
  4. Resident Evil Netflix series cast includes Lance Reddick as Albert Wesker For complete global saturation? (Image credit: Sony Pictures) Netflix is going big with its upcoming Resident Evil series. The show is based on the massive survival-horror game franchise of the same name, and thanks to presentations during the Netflix-hosted Geeked Week, we now know some of the cast playing the horror franchise's most memorable characters. Actor Lance Reddick is stepping into the suave shoes of Albert Wesker, an elite police squad leader with his own dark agenda. Joining Reddick are Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph and Paola Nunez, though their roles haven't been announced. You can check out an official shot of the cast announcement below. (Image credit: Netflix) Details are still scarce overall but from what Netflix has shared, this show won't exactly follow the plot of the games. Instead, it'll take place in two timelines: one which follows the fourteen-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker, while the other is set over a decade in the future, where the deadly T-virus has almost wiped out humanity. There's still no release window for the show, though we do know the first season will consist of eight one-hour episodes. Meanwhile, back in the games As for the series of games, the most recent entry, Resident Evil Village, released to critical praise and commercial success. The game is a direct sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard that follows protagonist Ethan Winters into a mysterious European village after his daughter is kidnapped. There, he's forced to confront horrors new the series, such as Lycans, as well as the mysterious Five Lords. Resident Evil Netflix series cast includes Lance Reddick as Albert Wesker
  5. The movie is out on November 24th Sony Pictures Entertainment has released a new trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the next live-action film based on the popular horror video game franchise, ahead of the movie’s November 24th release in theaters. The movie, which is a reboot for the film side of the franchise, looks to be filled with Resident Evil hallmarks. It takes place in Raccoon City, series mainstays Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine, and Chris Redfield are all featured, something about the Umbrella Corporation is apparently at the heart of the conflict, and the main characters look like they will spend some time fleeing zombies in a spooky mansion. (There’s even a part in the trailer where a zombie dog shatters a window.) Here’s the official synopsis of the film, if you want to know a bit more about what to expect: In RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY, once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying Midwestern town. The company’s exodus left the city a wasteland…with great evil brewing below the surface. When that evil is unleashed, a group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night. Welcome to Raccoon City caps what’s been a good year for Resident Evil fans. Capcom released the excellent Resident Evil Village in May, and the TV series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness premiered on Netflix in July. And if you still have a hunger for more Resident Evil content ahead of Welcome to Raccoon City’s release, you can always watch one of the six other Resident Evil films. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City trailer goes back to the beginning
  6. Resident Evil Village gets new trailer, new demo Second demo will let users experience one hour of Village Resident Evil fans got a fresh look at the next game in the survival horror series, Resident Evil Village, during Capcom’s Resident Evil Showcase on Thursday in the form of a new trailer. The new Resident Evil Village trailer offers another look at the lovely, towering Lady Dimitrescu, her less lovely looking daughters, mean Chris Redfield, and other horrors that await Ethan Winters — including the fact that people just won’t stop saying his name! Capcom also re-confirmed that a second demo for Resident Evil Village — the first, Maiden, dropped in January — is on its way. This one will be multiplatform, and it offers a taste of the game that’s closer to the final product. Tsuyoshi Kanda, producer on Resident Evil Village, said that the second demo will be available for Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC via Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. The demo will be time-limited; players will have an eight-hour window to play the game for up to one hour. Here’s when the multiplatform Resident Evil Village demo will be available: North America - May 1 5 p.m. PDT to May 2, 5 p.m. PDT Europe - May 2, 2 a.m. CEST to May 3, 2 a.m. CEST Asia - May 2, 8 a.m. HKT to May 3, 8 a.m. HKT PlayStation owners will get early access to that demo content on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Capcom will spread that demo availability over two time periods, one focusing on the game’s village, the other focusing on its castle. Here’s when the PlayStation early access demos for Resident Evil Village will be available: VILLAGE DEMO North America - April 17, 5 p.m. to April 18, 1 a.m. PDT Europe - April 18, 7 p.m. to April 19, 3 a.m. CEST Asia - April 18, 5 p.m. to April 19, 1 a.m. HKT CASTLE DEMO North America - April 24, 5 p.m. to April 25, 1 a.m. PDT Europe - April 25, 7 p.m. to April 26, 3 a.m. CEST Asia - April 25, 5 p.m. to April 26, 1 a.m. HKT Resident Evil Village is coming to Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox One on May 7. Source: Resident Evil Village gets new trailer, new demo
  7. Capcom extending Resident Evil Village's stingy demo window by a week For all platforms starting this weekend. Following complaints around the less-than-convenient way it's been doling out access to its Resident Evil Village demo, Capcom is extending its final demo event by a week. Capcom has so far held two demo weekends - both exclusive to PlayStation - offering fans an eight hour window in which they can play a specific area of the game for up to 30 minutes. Understandably, the demo's limited window of availability hasn't been well-received by those needing to juggle other commitments. And now, in response to player feedback, Capcom has announced it'll be significantly extending that window for its third and final demo weekend. Let's Play Resident Evil Village PS5 Castle Demo. Capcom had initially planned to run its final Resident Evil Village demo event - which this time will be open to players on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Steam, and Stadia, as well as PlayStation 4 and PS5 - for 24 hours. However, it's now increased that to seven days. As previously announced, players will have the opportunity to dip in and out of the game's village and Castle Dimitrescu areas (accessible individually in earlier demos) for a total of 60 minutes starting at 1am on Sunday, 2nd May in the UK. Now, though, interested parties can play any time until 1am on 10th May (meaning the demo will remain available past Village's full launch) which should make it considerably easier for everyone to get involved. We've heard your feedback and are extending the availability period for the final 60-minute multi-platform #REVillage demo. The original 24-hour window starting 5PM PDT May 1 (1AM BST May 2) has been increased by a week, and now ends at the same times on May 9 PDT (May 10 BST). pic.twitter.com/8VKEU8bMnu — Resident Evil (@RE_Games)April 26, 2021 Resident Evil Village comes to PS4/5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Steam, and PC on 7th May. Source: Capcom extending Resident Evil Village's stingy demo window by a week
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