Capcom announced on Twitter that “Resident Evil Village” has not received youth approval from the USK. However, you don’t have to fear cut game scenes because the game appears completely uncut in this country.
The German mouthpiece of Capcom announced yesterday via Twitter that “Resident Evil Village” will be released in this country from the age of 18. No wonder, after all, the latest offshoot of the popular horror series is bloody down to business. You can expect terrifying creatures, numerous moments of horror and a pronounced display of violence.
The good news: In Germany, this game is also released completely uncut. Not a single scene was cut out or altered in any way. So you can look forward to a full-fledged gaming experience that will teach you fear.
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In the past few days we reported on two interviews with senior developers of the horror title. While the first conversation was about the design of Lady Dimitrescu, the second talk was about the plot.
In addition, the map of the game world recently appeared, which indicates a larger scope than expected. This is also confirmed by the developers, who promise a significantly higher scope than in the seventh part.
In order not to let the anticipation of the game take away, you should be careful until the release and better avoid gaming forums.
The re have long been some spoilers in circulation, which is why Capcom publicly appealed to the leakers.
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“Resident Evil Village” will be available on May 7th for PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC. If you’d like to pre-order the title, you can do so on the Capcom website.
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