Widely shown in the last month on January 21, on the occasion of the showcase dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the famous video game horror saga signed by Capcom, we finally know with certainty how the game world of Resident Evil Village will be articulated.
As you well know, the Collector’s Edition of the game, in addition to containing a Chris Redfield statuette, the 64-page artbook, the Trauma package, and an exclusive SteelBook, also features a fabric map (microfibre), which would have revealed indeed the map of the Resident Evil Village game, including the location of the four houses and the dark castle of Lady Dimitrescu.
As can be seen from the image below, the clearly distinguishable places are: the Dimitrescu Castle (the palace of the famous Resident Evil vampire woman), the Beneviento house, the Heisenberg factory, and the reservoir of Moreau.
Unfortunately, due to the poor resolution of the image, we were unable to interpret the name of the other buildings. At the moment we do not know if the game map available in the Collector’s Edition of Resident Evil Village reclaim the game world faithfully, or if it comes to its reinterpretation.
Furthermore, since it is an official image released by Capcom, this allows us to take a deeper look at the relationship, and the location, of the various establishments within the title. But that’s not all, given that in the past few hours the Japanese giant has spread on the game’s Twitter account a small clue of the events that will characterize the next adventure of Ethan Winters.
Waiting to finally get our hands on the highly anticipated new chapter of the famous Capcom horror saga, we remind you that Resident Evil Village will be available starting May 7, 2021, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
For your inspection.⁰ ?#REVillage pic.twitter.com/yMV56dfIPN
— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) February 3, 2021