Sony is not any stranger to buddying up with celebrities to promote consoles, what with its contemporary partnership with Travis Scott. This time the corporate faucets tennis famous person Naomi Osaka to assist advertise the PlayStation 5. It is a delightful advert that does it is task of serving to promote the approaching console, however the true deal with is getting a unexpected have a look at Resident Evil Village gameplay.
The video sits down with the likable Osaka as she discusses her historical past with video video games, her favorites like Overwatch and Apex Legends, and the way video games assist her relieve pressure all the way through tennis competitions. After swinging round Harlem in Spider-Guy: Miles Morales for slightly, she switches over to the highly-anticipated Resident Evil Village.
We see clips of her exploring the titular snowy village, together with leaping down shanty space rooftops. The clip even presentations off some of the werewolf-like enemies stalking Osaka. Seeing it in motion, the sport certainly seems like a fusion of Resident Evil 7’s design with Resident Evil 4’s aesthetic. Fortunately, the video does a just right task of chopping clear of the bounce scares with the intention to no longer utterly damage them. After all, if you wish to move into Resident Evil Village totally blind, you most likely shouldn’t watch this. Nonetheless, whilst it is not the private have a look at the sport (which should not marvel someone) it is greater than you would most probably be expecting from an advert like this.
Resident Evil Village is the 8th mainline access within the collection, choosing up a couple of years after the occasions of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Gamers as soon as once more keep an eye on Ethan Winters, and the sport options the go back of Chris Redfield. Village provides a thematic departure for the collection by means of centering on witchcraft and folklore slightly than zombies and bioweapons; so far as we will be able to inform a minimum of. The sport is slated to reach on PlayStation Five and Xbox Collection X/S (and perhaps last-gen consoles) in 2021.