Resident Evil Village Deluxe And Collector’s Editions Revealed
While the game was without details for the majority of last year, Capcom finally let loose a horde of new information regarding Resident Evil Village, including all-new in-game footage, the surprise release of a playable demo, as well as the reveal of a unique multiplayer mode called RE:Verse. Now, the publisher has now given prominence to each of the special editions releasing alongside the game, with both the Deluxe and Collector’s Editions including an assortment of fan-pleasing content.
Unveiled during the RE Showcase, the release firstly includes the digital Deluxe Edition ($69.99 USD), with the Trauma Pack granting players several items harkening back to the series’ previous entry RE7. Included is a Samurai Edge weapon, a replaceable RE7 Safe Room Music and Save Device, the Mr. Everywhere bobblehead, an Albert 01 pistol as well as a nifty color filter reminiscent of the 7th entry. In addition, this pack also unlocks a “Max Difficulty” mode on top of a digital artbook encapsulating the series’ past two games and titled “The Tragedy of Ethan Winters.”
Secondly, the Collector’s Edition ($219.99 USD) of RE Village includes that much more content for players. On top of everything included in the Digital Deluxe version, a number ofphysical goodies are also available, including the likes of a Chris Redfiled statue, an old-time-style poster of the game’s map, a physical artbook, a stylish steebook case, as well as a chest-sized box to keep it all in. When pre-orders begin, the RE Village Collector’s Edition will be in limited quantities, so this version will disappear from stores when all avaialble pre-orders are filled.
As of now, the Deluxe Edition of Resident Evil Village is available on all-platforms, with the Collector’s Edition set to hit retailers at a later date. If that wasn’t enough, both editions also include a number of pre-order items like the Mr. Raccoon weapon accessory and the Survival Resource pack, as well as a PlayStation-exclusive bonus digital mini-soundtrack. For those who aren’t caught up, Capcom is also offering a special Resident Evil Village Deluxe / RE7 Gold Edition bundle ($79.99 USD), collecting both games in a single package. This version is also available for pre-order on all digital platforms.
Resident Evil Village is confirmed to release for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on May 7th.
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