Resident Evil Village will last longer than RE 7 and RE 2 Remake, according to a leak


Resident Evil Village reveals how much space it will occupy on our hard drives

The next May 7th The new installment of Resident Evil will arrive in stores, which has already chilled our blood with its Maiden demo (PS5 exclusive) or the Village and Castle demos, which were available in early access for PS4 and PS5. The May 1 reach this demo to Xbox, Stadia and PC.

Ahead of its launch, Resident Evil Village has left us interesting news, such as the delay suffered by its multiplayer mode RE: Verse, the fury that Lady Dimitrescu unleashes in networks or the leaks of some physical copies of the game in Australia … which implies that already important aspects have been leaked of the game.

One of them is its duration. Without going into details, a report claims that Resident Evil Village has longer duration than other games recent saga, such as Resident Evil 7 or Resident Evil 2 Remake. This is something that Capcom already pointed out a few months ago, with the claim that this eighth installment would be the longest game in the entire franchise.

In fact, a user has shared on GameFAQ’s the time it took him to complete the Capcom game, with a total of 13.5 hours in his first game. Overall, reports from other players put the average length of Resident Evil Village at about 13 hours, but also it depends on the rhythm and our style of play.

On the other hand, the insider Dusk Golem He has also shared the number of hours it has taken him to complete Resident Evil Village. Nails 13 hours and 30 minutes it took this player to complete the game, while a teammate of his used just over 15 hours to complete the new installment of the saga.

It is curious how many similarities exist between Resident Evil Village and Resident Evil 4. Not only at the setting level or in certain playable aspects, but both games would have a similar duration. The fourth installment of the saga set its duration between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m..

Resident Evil Village is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Stadia and PC the next May 7th, and very soon you will be able to read our terrifying analysis. Oh, and don’t forget to try the demo that will be available from this weekend, also on Xbox, PC and Google Stadia, as well as on PlayStation.

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