How Long Will Resident Evil Village Be?

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How Long Will Resident Evil Village Be

Sometimes, all people need to decide whether a game is worth buying or not is how long a game will be. People are already sold on Resident Evil Village because it’s the sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, has amazing graphics, and beautiful vampire women. However, what they need to push them over the edge is knowing how long Resident Evil Village will be.

It Will Be Longer Than Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

Resident Evil Village Character Alcina Dimitrescu (The Mistress Of The Castle)
Resident Evil Village Character Alcina Dimitrescu (The Mistress Of The Castle)

We’re confident Resident Evil Village will be longer than Resident Evil 7, if not for the sole fact that Resident Evil Village has a crafting system. Also, keep in mind, Resident Evil 7 also took place on a small plantation, while Resident Evil Village may have more areas to explore. Resident Evil Village looks much bigger than the Baker household.

Resident Evil Village Focuses On Worldbuilding

Resident Evil Village - Hallway

Like it or not, the immersive first-person gameplay of Resident Evil Village is here to stay. With how commercially successful Resident Evil 7: Biohazard was and how successful Resident Evil Village is speculated to be, building around this world is a smart decision by Capcom.

Knowing what we know, Resident Evil Village should be around 15-20 hours of gameplay, on average. This is more than double the average 6-hour gameplay of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The story for RE8 will be much longer than RE7.

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Ben Kemp

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