Resident Evil Village’s Steam version change label hints at a plot twist

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Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:36 pm

Resident Evil Village’s Steam version change label hints at a plot twist

Insider AestheticGamer (aka Dusk Golem) in his microblog drew attention to the temporary change in the label of the version of Resident Evil Village for the digital distribution service Steam.

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Resident evil village

You can trace the transformation of the icon on the Resident Evil Village page in the unofficial Steam database: yesterday, November 17, the image was replaced with a new one, and just a few hours ago the original was returned.

Both versions of the label feature Chris Redfield. In the first case – in the usual form (see the image attached above), in the second – with a half-wolf face.

What is the reason for the sudden change in the Resident Evil Village icon and its no less unexpected return to the usual version is unknown. Capcom has not yet commented on the situation.

Under the record, AestheticGamer managed to assume that Chris Redfield’s half-wolf face is a direct allusion to the plot twist prepared by the developers in Resident Evil Village.

Recall that the history of Resident Evil Village begins with a series of fast-paced events provoked by the strange behavior of just Chris Redfield – it is he who brings the protagonist to that very village.

Resident Evil Village is being created for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, and S, but horror may also appear on PS4 and Xbox One. According to released documents by Capcom, the game is scheduled to be released in late April 2021.

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