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Resident Evil Village boss list revealed

Resident Evil Village Game News – The Boss List Has Been Released Posted on 04/23/2021 @ 9:38 PM Resident Evil Village, the eighth installment in the Resident Evil saga, is out on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 on May 7th , Xbox expects One, Xbox Series X | S and Google Stadia. To keep us waiting until that date, Capcom, the game’s publisher, invites us to gradually discover the contents of this brand new chapter. In addition, thanks to IGN, today we can take a look at the various bosses we have to face. It’s through IGN once again that Resident Evil Village is discovered. Hence, today the title invites us to return to the various chiefs who will inhabit this famous village. Yes, Lady Dimitrescu and her daughters will not be the only characters serving mother Miranda, the cult leader of this dark landscape. Therefore, in this new terrifying adventure, it will be possible to face several other characters. The village’s creatures and characters were inspired by classic Gothic horror. Lady Dimitrescu is inspired by vampires, while the other characters are based on werewolves, mermaids and ghosts. Tomonori Takano, Village Artistic Director in an interview with IGN The first is none other than Karl Heisenberg, an engineer who lives in his own factory and doesn’t hesitate to disfigure it with his giant iron hammer. According to Tomonori Takano, the game’s artistic director, like Lady Dimitrescu, Karl Heisenberg is a character who appropriates the codes of 1960s fashion, while Salvatore Moreau is a particularly repulsive creature who hides in a reservoir near an abandoned building developed fishing village. This particularly humid place suits Salvatore Moreau perfectly, as this, who is wrapped in a long, tattered dress, is compared to a mermaid by the creators of the game. After all, Donna Beneviento is the last protagonist to stick sticks in Ethan’s wheels. A mysterious woman, covered with a black veil and a long dress. The latter is not alone, as she is constantly accompanied by Angie, her puppet who, as we imagine, will not hesitate to scare us several times. The consideration for the doll was quite intense. That made me happy of course, but as a Japanese I was surprised that they found the doll so scary. Morimasa Sato in an interview with IGN As a reminder, a demo of the game will be available on PlayStation consoles on April 25th from 7pm. The latter invites you to visit the castle, a place where the gigantic Lady Dimitrescu lives. Another demo will then be available on May 2, 2021 on all platforms. You’ll also like: By JeromeJoffard, writing by jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter

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