Resident Evil Village will be a decidedly intense experience, according to what is underlined by the rating of the game made by the ESRB site.
When there are now just under ten days for the arrival of Resident Evil Village, some new details have emerged that could make us reflect on the type of experience we will face. In fact, details have been released via ESRB rating for Resident Evil Village, which promises “blood, gore and intense violence.”
The adventure that poor Ethan will be forced to face in the hostile lands of Romania will therefore be studded with dangers and enemies, which will put our courage to the test. The Resident Evil saga has always been synonymous with survival horror, but it seems that this time the Capcom developers have definitely outdone themselves.
Lady Dimitrescu won’t be the only enemy on Ethan Winters’ path in Resident Evil Village. As the ESRB rating of the game confirms, we will also have to face werewolves, ghouls, mutants and mechanical humanoids. None of this is particularly surprising, especially after the two demos released by Capcom, but it’s still impactful to read all the gruesome details listed so crudely:
“Some attacks result in decapitation and/or dismemberment of enemies, often accompanied by large splatters of blood; some areas depict large bloodstains and entrails within the environment. Cutscenes can depict additional acts of intense violence and gore: a character’s heart ripped out of their chest; a person chopped through the shoulder by a machete; a character impaled through the chest by a giant weapon; a person repeatedly shot. The words ‘f**k’ and ‘sh*t’ are heard in the game.”
Of course, none of this will be impressive to old and historical fans of the series. However, even to be a Resident Evil, Village will have a very important rating, and from what emerged from these descriptions the violent and splatter scenes will be almost on the agenda.
In recent news, the first testimonies of the game revealed how long is RE Village in the first run. On the other hand, some new details on the four difficulty levels of the game have been revealed.
For all fans, it is one more reason to wait for the arrival of May 7, 2021, to get your hands-on Resident Evil Village.