At the moment there is little information on Resident Evil Village, including that Capcom does not want us to call it Resident Evil 8, but we have a new survey that offers some interesting details.
The survey was shared on the official Twitter account of Resident Evil, and one of the most striking questions is whether players are interested in a Resident Evil Village demo, suggesting that Capcom is considering the idea.
It should be remembered that they also released a demo of Resident Evil 7 shortly before it hit the market, so chances are they will do it again.
— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) July 8, 2020
Another question is what platform do you plan to buy the game for when it’s available, and options include PlayStation 5, PlayStation 5 Digital, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series X Digital (if it’s available).
The rest of the survey includes questions such as what are the elements that most attract our attention in the game, and also what we think of the name of this title that perhaps could confuse some players since it is actually Resident Evil 8 but a word game that includes the Roman number 8 within the name Village.
There is not much more information about Resident Evil Village yet. Rumors have long circulated that the game was in the works, but it was officially unveiled at the PlayStation 5 presentation. The game centers on Ethan Winter who travels to a cold Louisiana place to find his missing wife and encounter mysterious figures there. Just like Resident Evil 7, the game takes place from a first-person perspective.
Resident Evil Village is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.