Resident Evil Village’s Most TERRIFYING Boss Was Originally in an Earlier Game

Resident Evil Village Updates: One of the most terrifying moments in Resident Evil Village has been influenced from the original plans of an older version of the Resident Evil game.

This game is developed and published by Capcom, and is also available now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia. WARNING: The following article is going to contain a lot of spoilers for the upcoming game Resident Evil Village.

The Resident Evil Village has been seen to have more action elements than their previous launch which was Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, but this time too the video game does not miss out on the scares as the returning protagonist Ethan Winters is going to explore a apprehensive Eastern European village in search for his kidnapped daughter Rosemary.

And the most terrifying scene award must go to the scene where Ethan was trapped in a manor which is completely filled with killer dolls and also a monstrous infant which is consuming everything that comes on its way.

But, while looking at the game from the first-person perspective, we would find that the concept of the room being filled with such killer dolls was inspired from one of their previous games which was a 2005’s Resident Evil launch named as Resident Evil 4.

Resident Evil Village Boss

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Resident Evil 4 was known to undergo a lot of iteration processes during the developing stages of the game before the ultimate successful game was launched by the Nintendo GameCube.

Resident Evil 4 has originally entered into development in the year 2001, featuring Leon S. Kennedy was also infected by the Progenitor virus when she was investigating about an European castle.

At that time, for introducing something new to the old company’s formula, Leon was fighting to take up a decision for introducing more supernatural villains to the game rather than T-Virus spawning zombies and monsters.

He thought that the game must also include something like a haunted suit of armour or ghosts who are armed with large hook. One of the more terrifying sequences in such a version of the game, with gameplay footage seen at Capcom’s 2003 E3 presentation, we were able to see that Leon enters a room which was preoccupied by several baby dolls who were armed with knives and were forced to stab Leon to death.

In one of the sequences from the Resident Evil Village, Ethan will be seen searching in the House Beneviento for a flask which will be containing a part of his lost daughter.

The House Beneviento will be owned by Donna Beneviento and her puppet Angie. In a house filled with dolls, Ethan’s duty is to find Angie and attack her while the rest of the dolls will be laughing at him.