More Resident Evil Village leaks (May Contain Spoilers)
A bunch of details about Resident Evil Village have leaked – but there’s no more news about werewolves yet.
As always, there’s no real proof that this is not just wild speculation, but it wouldn’t be the first time the Resident Evil Ambassador program leaks.
Latest leak highlights
- Very pale enemies, with almost rotten skin and forehead tattoos
- Enemies wear armour that can be shot off
- Enemies use melee weapons like swords, axes and daggers
- Enemies jump, grab and bite like in Resident Evil 3, forcing you to mash buttons to reduce damage
- Enemies with swords can immediately behead you
- Boss fight
- Major fight against the witch Olga, who turns into a swarm of insects
- Olga cackles when spotting you, and assault you with insects
- Use fire to stave off the insects and render Olga vulnerable
- Weapons and inventory
- Weapons include a handgun, shotgun and an unbreakable knife
- Some melee weapons such as the axe will wear and break with use
- UI looks like mix between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 7
- Game pauses when browsing inventory like in the Remakes
- Enemies don’t drop items, they are found in crates and vases
Coming 2021: Resident Evil Village is in development for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series and is scheduled for release in 2021. It picks up a few years after the events in Resident Evil 7, after Chris Redfield turns up and ruins everything for poor Ethan.
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Which future Sith Lord led the Republic during the Mandalorian Wars?
- Darth Revan
- Darth Malak
- Darth Sion
- Darth Brandon
WayForward binged on DuckTales while remastering the NES classic
WayForward did a lot of research while working on DuckTales: Remastered. They watched the entire TV series to find out which episodes the original game was inspired by, which allowed them to figure out the intent of the artists and designers behind the original NES game.
For example, the game features a Scrooge sprite where he’s wearing a costume from the episode ‘Masked Mallard’, which you can see in the documentary about the remake. The title screen also mimics the original cartoon intro, and all surviving voice actors reprise their roles including the 93-year-old Alan Young.
Dreams and fireworks in the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons update
The Animal Crossing: New Horizons summer update arrives tomorrow, and promises a bunch of festive additions to your summer vacation.
First off, there will be a fireworks display above your island every Sunday at 7:00pm, which can be customized with your own designs. You can also buy raffle tickets in the plaza to earn a variety of festive items.
If you have a Switch Online subscription, you can also enjoy the new Dreaming feature. Take a nap in your home and you will be transported to a strange realm where you will be greeted by Luna. With her help, you can make your island appear in friends’ dreams by sharing your Dream Address.
Finally, Switch Online subscribers will also get access to a new Island Backup & Restoration Service, which lets you restore your island in case your Switch is lost or damaged.