A few days ago, fans spotted an Easter egg in the Resident Evil Village Demo, which references the gun dealer from the fourth part. Resident Evil Village is the eighth installment in Capcom’s well-known survival horror series and will be released on May 7, 2021.
The first part of the Resident Evil Village demo was released in Europe on April 18, and the second part was released a week later. At the moment, both betas were only available for PS4 and PS5 and only for eight hours. However, fans spotted an Easter egg while playing the demo.
“What are you buying?” – Bezug auf Resident Evil 4
In Resident Evil VillageA merchant character appears saying when selecting an item from his store:
“What are you buying? -Haha, just something an old friend of mine used to say.”
This might be an obvious nod to the gun dealer from Resident Evil 4, which fans know for that very saying.
In the Youtuber video “KendoGunSop Survival Horror”, the two scenes from the final part and Resident Evil 4 were compared to each other, so that there was no longer any doubt:
Demo available for Xbox and PC soon
After there was excitement over the fact that the first two parts of the demo were only available for PS 4 and 5 and were only available for eight hours each, now is the time for Xbox and PC players: May 2 Both Xbox and PC demos will be released It is available for an entire week.
The full version of Resident Evil Village will finally launch on May 7 and will be available for Google Stadia, Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4 and 5, as well as Xbox One and Xbox Series. In terms of content, the Village’s story should relate to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Ethan Winter will return as the protagonist. The operation is supposed to take place in Romania.
You can find the latest trailer for Resident Evil Village here:
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