Resident Evil Village Could Get A New DLC or Content, Teased by Geoff Keighley
Geoff Keighley has teased a new announcement or content related to Resident Evil Village that was showcased during The Game Awards 2021.
During a presentation when the game was shown as one of the nominees for Game of the Year, there was a small snippet of new footage that appeared to show Ethan in a third-person view overlooking the castle. The game is completely in first-person so this was a unique camera perspective. This footage was never seen in the actual game, so it caught the attention of some of the ardent fans.
Normally, we would just shrug it off as some prototype footage, but Geoff Keighley appears to know something we don’t. Today, he teased this same image with a small emoji that appears to suggest that this could be a teaser for something in the future.
Now, what could it be? We have no idea. Capcom did suggest that they will release a DLC for Resident Evil Village after the game opened to record sales back in May. They haven’t talked about it for a while but based on this new teaser, it is safe to assume that something is definitely in development at Capcom.
Capcom has released a free content update for Resident Evil 2 Remake post-launch that added a new gameplay mode. They have also released some post-launch DLC for Resident Evil 7, but they don’t appear to be following the season pass model like for Resident Evil 7 when it comes to Resident Evil Village. Some fans are speculating that this could be a part of a free content update, but right now nothing is set in stone.