Resident Evil 8 release date may fit into the usual patterns of prior releases, but according to some attributes, It may not be the situation. Resident Evil Village was revealed earlier last month, but just a vague release window has been provided specifying its launch sometime in the year 2021. Resident games traditionally lean towards first-quarter release dates, even though it is not necessarily the case, also Resident Evil 8 may defy those criteria. The exception is Resident Evil 3 Remake’s release date, which fell slightly past the first quarter, releasing at the beginning of April.
The next generation of survival horror rises in the form of Resident Evil Village, the eight major entry in the Resident Evil series. With Ultra-realistic graphics powered by the RE Engine, fight for survival as danger lurks around every corner.
Resident Evil Village’s creepy first trailer was revealed at the Sony PlayStation 5 event back on June 11th, 2020 It’s the 8th game in the series, but the number isn’t included in the official title, drawing more attention to the mysterious setting of the game. There’s a lot to shift through with this one, It is rife with fa theory potential. Ominous text flashes at the start reading His History comes to close. It’s not confirmed who He is and how his story is going to close. There was also a ritzy mansion showcased in that trailer which brings back memories of the Spencer Mansion from the first Resident Evil. It all looks extremely clean running on the same RE Engine that we used to produce the Resident Evil 2 and 3. Resident Evil 7.
After this, the Trailer for Resident Evil 8 goes on to show many other terrifying experiences that will occur through the new game and eventually ends up making another direct reference to its predecessor. The Trailer footage makes it difficult to see who exactly his person, is but it is very likely Ethan’s wife Mia. This would explain Ethan’s intense reaction and would make sense given Ethan and Mia are living together again.