Capcom introduced Resident Evil Village, the eighth essential recreation within the survival horror sequence, again in June. The subsequent Resident Evil is coming to PlayStation 5, Windows PC through Steam, and Xbox Series X someday in 2021. Biohazard Village, released today on Steam, shouldn’t be that recreation, regardless of its too-close-for-legal-comfort title and emblem.
One may see how there is perhaps some confusion between the 2. After all, Capcom calls the Resident Evil sequence Biohazard in its residence nation of Japan. In reality, subsequent yr’s next-gen horror recreation will truly be referred to as Biohazard Village abroad, based mostly on the game’s Japanese website, so it’s probably that Capcom will take difficulty with upstart developer Forest Games’ new launch. And the Biohazard Village that hit Steam at present additionally stylizes the phrase “village” to appear like Roman numerals.
Forest Games describes its Biohazard Village as “a third-person shooter in which you will play as a girl fighting against a zombie in a town where a man-made disaster has occurred.”
“People turned into zombies,” the Windows PC recreation’s Steam description reads. “There is simply you, your weapon and an enormous variety of zombies within the post-apocalyptic village. You should win to outlive.”
While the Biohazard Village you should purchase at present is missing in originality (and appears borderline unplayable, based mostly on the sport’s trailer on Steam) and doesn’t characteristic Wide Chris, it does have one benefit: It’s solely $1.19, not that we’re recommending you buy it even at that price.