Resident Evil Village Launch Trailer

Resident Evil Village Launch Trailer Focuses on Key Story Moments

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Ahead of the release of Resident Evil Village, Capcom has uploaded a launch trailer to the official Resident Evil YouTube channel. This trailer features several key moments from the story, and is set to the theme of the game. That said, the launch trailer for Resident Evil Village is relatively short. However, it does contain some major spoilers. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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At roughly thirty seconds long, the trailer features a look at environments that otherwise were not revealed until now. To avoid spoiling readers, this article will not go into great detail. However, Chris Redfield appears in the trailer and it provides a new look at this longtime protagonist of the series.

You can watch the launch trailer below. Please keep in mind that there are some major story spoilers in the launch trailer.

A previous Resident Evil Village trailer showed off a few environments in the game. This included houses within the Village, and provided a look at Castle Dimitrescu. Additionally, the trailer provided a brief look at the Four Lords, and their dynamic with Mother Miranda.

Resident Evil Village will be available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Google Stadia worldwide on May 7, 2021. You can our review here.

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