CAPCOM PRODUCER PETER FABIANO CLAIMED THAT THE NEW RESIDENT EVIL 8: VILLAGE WILL BE THE BEST SURVIVAL HORROR OF PRESENT TIMES
Resident Evil 8: Village is still months away on various platforms. But it’s one of the most anticipated games of the year, and Capcom knows it.
It is for the same reason that members of the team in charge of this title have begun to participate in various interviews.
Among them the producer Peter Fabiano. In # 185 of Playstation Official Magazine, for March, he made important statements about this title.
RESIDENT EVIL 8: VILLAGE FOLLOWS THE STYLE OF PAST DELIVERIES
Regarding the famous villain of the game, he commented “Dimitrescu and his three daughters remember everything you would expect from the vampire lore.”
He continued with, “We are not saying that is what they are, but there is certainly something that feels supernatural about what is going on.”
He even stated, “We don’t want to get too far ahead of the story, but what I can say is that all creatures fall within the context of the Resident Evil world.”
Fabiano highlighted “we can assure you that Resident Evil Village takes into account the general world and history of the series.” He revealed that after working on the previous game he started developing it.
They liked Ethan as a character, and therefore decided to continue the arc of his story. They wanted players to see what was happening through his eyes, especially since it is a direct sequel.
IT WILL BE THE BEST SURVIVAL HORROR, ACCORDING TO PETER FABIANO
“This really helped keep our vision on target,” explained Peter Fabiano.
It was after he stated, ‘and since we constantly share information between Resident Evil teams, that actually helped inform us to make what we consider the best survival horror to date.’
If Capcom is so sure of the above, then they really must have gotten to work. Hopefully it is an innovation in the genre.
Fabiano showed that with Resident Evil 8: Village “they took a lot of inspiration from Resident Evil 4”. He went on to say “the team has gone to great lengths to create a truly authentic feel.”
When it comes to the gameplay ‘there are many surprises to keep you on your toes; players will find a balance between combat, exploration and puzzle solving. ‘ We will have to wait for May 7 to find out for ourselves.