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Resident Evil Village Leak Reveals Extremely Difficult Secret Mode

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village Updates: According to recent rumors, the upcoming “Resident Evil Village” may have a difficulty level that cannot be unlocked, which is said to be extremely difficult.

“Resident Evil” games tend to be shorter, which is why Capcom traditionally provides them with playable value through unlockable content.

The difficulty level is more complicated, such as the hard mode where Ethan must die in Resident Evil 7. As you may have guessed, “Resident Evil Village” will have its own difficulty level, and fans can conquer it when starting the game below. This information comes from AestheticGamer, who must have posted Resident Evil news in the past.

However, before Capcom makes an official announcement, fans should have reservations about this information. You have an unlockable game mode, which obviously originated from Ethan Must Die 2.

This mode makes “the Game” a more “open” game, where you randomly encounter enemies and place items. Assuming the information from AestheticGamers is correct, fans of Resident Evil can expect this model to be “extremely challenging.

Wait for fans to find out by playing the game at launch. In addition, potential Capcom will announce the news before the release date of “Resident Evil Village” on May 7.

If Capcom plans to release an accessible game mode for the game, then a huge opportunity is just around the corner. This week’s Evil Showcase will be held at 3:00 pm on April 15 (Thursday).

Resident Evil Village Other Information

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The specific content of the PT presentation will be announced before April 15, but Capcom has confirmed that it will focus on “Resident Evil Village”. Capcom may show unlockable difficulty levels at the April 15 event. Regarding the “Resident Evil” showcase on April 15th, there are still many rumors about what fans will expect.

Unlike the previously released “Girls” demo, the second demo the game contains the final version of the game.

lt will be available for platforms other than PlayStation 5. Whether this holds true remains to be seen, but fans should find out later this week. At the same time, the “Resident Evil” storefront may be dedicated to other “Resident Evil” projects outside of the Game.

The aforementioned demo also involves Netflix’s “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” series, so it may also attract attention on April 15. Fans of “Resident Evil” just need to watch it.

The Game will launch May seventh on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. In the meantime, you could take a look at out all of our preceding insurance of the sport proper here.