Resident Evil Village, Capcom’s survival horror game, is the last in the series that noticed an extensive player base. The success was well earned, leading to the construction of an unforgettable community. After today’s State of Play, Ethan Winters’ players will finally get the opportunity to get up close and personal with the big lady Dimitrescu, thanks to VR2, which support is being worked on.
Resident Evil Village is the sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Players control Ethan Winters, who searches for his kidnapped daughter in a village filled with mutant creatures.
Resident Evil Village’s VR support remains scarce, as Sony hasn’t notably announced a release date for the second generation of Virtual Reality headset. Aside from the teaser trailer posted at the top of this article, we are left in the dark without any specific details. One thing’s sure. You’ll be breaking necks whenever you encounter her in VR once its release settles.
Keep in mind that PSVR2 will be solely available on PlayStation 5, leaving PS4 players without the chance to relive the moments unless they get the better console generation in their possession.
Resident Evil Village was first released in May 2021 for PS4, PS5, PC, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.