- Capcom confirmed that it's working on a DLC for Resident Evil Village.
- The content on which the DLC will focus is still a mystery for game fans.
- Another multiplayer mode is also in the works, which Capcom calls Re:Verse.
- No information about an official release date has been made public so far.
Are you a fan of the Resident Evil series and completely enjoyed playing Village? If so, we’re about to give you some really good news.
Capcom has finally confirmed that a Resident Evil Village DLC is in thw works and, also, the Re:Verse multiplayer mode is coming soon.
The game developers didn’t provide many other details on the official release, but more information is apparently coming soon.
New Village DLC on its way to gamers PCs and consoles
This means that, if the DLC is just now entering development, it may take quite some time before it will ready to launch.
The real question here is on what content of the game will the DLC actually be focused on? Will it shed some more light on the story of Lady D, or that of Heisenberg?
Or we could just see a spinoff of a different character or situation entirely. The important thing is that Capcom has a lot to choose from when creating this new and long-awaited content.
By popular demand, development has just started on additional DLC for Resident Evil Village,
It was expected for fans to request some extra content, as the game was mostly a success, even though users have complained about struggling with FPS issues while playing the game.
Another aspect that bothered players was the overall length of the game itself, many of them feeling that it was way too short.
Re:Verse multiplayer mode also in the works
Besides spending time and resources developing a brand new DLC for Resident Evil Village, Capcom will also implement a new multiplayer system.
Re:Verse is scheduled to also launch in July across all supported platforms, much to the delight of the die-hard fans of the series.
This multiplayer mode seemed a bit undercooked and raw in early footage, so everyone’s hoping that the extra development time has put its mark on the finished product, which by the way, will be free.
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