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Resident Evil Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Costumes In Division 2

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Resident Evil 25th Anniversary Updates: This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Resident Evil franchise; fans can commemorate the occasion by engaging in Division 2’s Apparel Event, which allows agents to access a variety of Resident Evil-themed cosmetics.

Because of the upcoming release of Resident Evil Village, there are many other ways to commemorate the horror series’ landmark year. Capcom officially announced the release date for Resident Evil Village during today’s Resident Evil Showcase.

On May 7, players on PC, last-gen, and current-gen hardware can expect to walk back into Ethan Winters’ shoes for the first time in a few months. It is a wonderful drama. this drama made an immense success in television series. there is no words to tell about this drama.

In January 1998, the German company Constantin Film acquired the rights to adapt the series. Screen Gems purchased the distribution rights to Resident Evil in 2001 and hired Paul W. S. Anderson to script and direct the film (2002).

Anderson returned as director for Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010), Resident Evil: Retribution (2012), and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, and continued as writer and producer for Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) and Resident Evil: Extinction (2007).

A new story trailer was also seen at the web gathering, as well as the first look at RE Village’s gameplay. However, before venturing into the franchise’s fresh and eerie atmosphere, fans can display their support for the franchise in other ways.

Resident Evil 25th Anniversary: Division 2 Costumes

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Starting on Groundhog Day, Division 2 will hold a Clothing Celebration to mark Resident Evil’s 25th anniversary, which will last until February 15. Division agents will be able to unlock caches stuffed with themed cosmetic items during the celebration. this drama made huge fans. this series has worldwide fans.

This is an unexpected crossover, but the two shows seem to mesh well, as shown by the brief clip seen in the announcement trailer. With Ubisoft’s recent success with crossovers, it was only a matter of time before Assassin’s Creed publisher and Capcom collaborated in some way.

The wait for RE Village to be released is now on. The upcoming game is a direct sequel to Resident Evil 7, and it will once again put players in the shoes of Ethan Winters. Clearly, he and his wife, Mia, are unable to exploit a chance.

Ethan’s next journey will take him to a mysterious village and an even stranger castle, a setup sure to have plenty of frights. Players on the PlayStation 5 will get a taste of it right away by downloading a free Maiden preview from the PlayStation Store. Capcom expects to release a separate demo for all platforms later in the future. for more updates stay tuned.