It's already confirmed re 8 wil be at Tokyo game show at the end of September, so this was just a taste of what they are going to show at Tokyo game showI super can't wait. But this was not a very good trailer. It added in like maybe 10 seconds worth of new material, but was almost an entire repeat of the original trailer. I want new. I want MORE!
And now a new info has arrived. This time, there are a lot of real storyline spoilers that were not shown in the first trailers, so open at your own risk! [media]You must be registered to view media
Same here, and to be fair, every time RE has dabbled in supernatural-esque occurrences, they’ve always turned out to be biologically related: Alexia engulfing herself one fire - flammable blood that she can expel through her skin at will; Marcus and Saddler controlling creatures mentally - said creatures responding to specific sound commands; Jack Norman teleporting around the battle area - that flash of light from his eye blinding and inducing vertigo on his opponents while he moves to another spot, making it seem like teleportation once their vision clears; ghostly occurrences during the RE7 demo - Eveline inducing hallucinations.We can only hope that there is some kind of biological reason for these creatures. I feel like occult themes don't mix that well with RE games. Not that they can't. But magic is off the table in my mind.
They already say that Ethan is more fleshed out compared to re 7,they really expanded upon him and the his face will be shown several time finally during the gameMight be just me, but by this point is silly the fact that they still keep Ethan's face covered in official releases. Looks like they still don't want us to relate with him at all.
They already say that Ethan is more fleshed out compared to re 7,they really expanded upon him and the his face will be shown several time finally during the game
I guess they're keeping the face for the game
Also some leak (take them whit grain of sal) say that Ethan is heavy connected to previous game in some unexpected turn