Resident Evil Village finally went on sale last Friday and, according to initial reports, it has sold 3 million copies in just one weekend, so it aims to give one of the best-selling installments of the series.
On the other hand, the marks have been mostly positive since the game has an average of 8/10. However, a criticism has been very present and that is the lack of content of certain vampires that make up the main obstacle of the first zone of the game.
Lady Dimitrescu and her daughters were frequently featured in the game’s marketing. However, his screen presence is not prominent. This has led to speculation about DLCs related to them, something its honestly quite possible considering the context.
This includes the Resident Evil 7 DLCs and the popularity of these female characters. In the entire past we received up to 4 DLCs and all of them expanded the universe giving prominence to characters that only mentioned or appeared little in the main installment.
If Capcom maintains this way of presenting DLCs, it is quite likely that DLCs of Lady Dimitrescu, her daughters and the final boss will be announced. Fortunately, the public only showed interest in them when the game was announced and by then it was practically ready and could not be changed to add more content about them at the last minute.
On the other hand, let’s keep in mind that the game already has a DLC, the trauma pack and that there are no official announcements of new DLCs. What happens is that the title is burning on Twitch and is selling like hot cakes and we doubt that Capcom does not like money.
The trauma pack includes art and text from Resident Evil 7, two weapons, an amulet, a song for the storage room, a Resident Evil-themed recorder, and the highest difficulty of the Village. As you can see, it does not add new narratives so Capcom has a lot of room to be creative.
Resident Evil Village is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PC and we would expect announcements of possible DLCs at the latest for the summer releases of Re: Verse.
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