Capcom reveals time and date for the next Resident Evil showcase

You know that it's a good month for survival horror fans when both Silent Hill and Resident Evil are getting showcases back-to-back.

Resident Evil fans have at least two things to look forward to in the next six months: the first DLC for Resident Evil Village and the highly-anticipated Resident Evil 4 remake. But, while they will not release until October 28, 2022 and March 24, 2023, respectively, Capcom will hold a showcase to reveal more details about the expansion and remake.

Time Date Next Resident Evil Showcase
We're hoping that the Resident Evil 4 remake is the last of its kind for a while if not forever.

The upcoming Resident Evil showcase will kick off at 3:00 PM PDT / 6:00 PM EDT / 11:00 PM BST.

According to Capcom, the lineup will include "more" than Resident Evil Village Gold Edition and Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Resident Evil Village was one of the contenders for GOTY last year and it's certainly good news that Capcom will finally release a story DLC for the eighth mainline installment in the survival horror franchise. The incoming expansion will center around a now-grown-up Rose Winters who goes back to the decimated remains of Village 16 years after the events of the base game. It will explore the origins of Rose's powers and might even include a few familiar faces.

Of course, the highlight is the Resident Evil 4 remake. Capcom's nth Resident Evil re-release was announced earlier this year. It will support PlayStation VR2 and might also be available on the PS4 and the Xbox One if we believe the rumors.

Time Date Next Resident Evil Showcase
Shadows of Rose will close the book on the story of the Winters.

We're not quite sure if the Resident Evil showcase is a response to Konami, but we're not complaining. Konami confirmed that it will reveal a new Silent Hill on the 19th. It's definitely a cause for celebration when two of the most iconic games get their own events just a day apart.

Ray Ampoloquio
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