Resident Evil-inspired outfits coming to The Division 2

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A Resident Evil and Division 2 tie-in is coming.

Soon, The Division 2 players will be able to dress up in Resident Evil-inspired outfits. For a limited time, The Division 2 will be hosting a cross-over event where you’ll be able to collect iconic Resident Evil outfits, weapon skins, and other cosmetics from the original Resident Evil trilogy.

Capcom announced the tie-in today during its Resident Evil Village stream.

Resident Evil Village demo coming to all platforms this spring

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A new Resident Evil Village demo will be released for all platforms this spring.

If you are bummed that the Resident Evil Village Maiden demo is only coming to PS5, you will be pleased to know another demo is in the works.

But you will have to wait until spring to try it.

Resident Evil Village demo coming to all platforms this spring

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A new Resident Evil Village demo will be released for all platforms this spring.

If you are bummed that the Resident Evil Village Maiden demo is only coming to PS5, you will be pleased to know another demo is in the works.

But you will have to wait until spring to try it.

Resident Evil RE: Verse is a multiplayer shooter free with every Resident Evil Village copy

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RE: Verse is a bonus game that celebrates Resident Evil’s history.

As part of today’s Resident Evil Showcase, Capcom unveiled Resident Evil RE: Verse, a new multiplayer third-person shooter. RE: Verse is a free pack-in with every copy of Resident Evil Village.

RE: Verse lets you celebrate Resident Evil’s 25-year history by letting you play as/against many of the series’ iconic heroes, villains and monsters. The gameplay shown on stream today was seemingly cut from different matches, and Capcom didn’t offer much in the way of explaining how the game actually works.

Resident Evil Village arrives in May, and it’s coming to PS4 and Xbox One

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Resident Evil Village is not a next-gen-exclusive, after all.

Capcom has today unveiled a tonne of new Resident Evil Village details, as promised. Not only did the livestream brings us plenty of new gameplay footage, it also came with lots of news.

One of the biggest reveals was that Village will not just be released on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S as initially announced. The game is also coming to PS4, and Xbox One. As disappointing as the news might be to some, Capcom actually hinted that this may end up being the case when it said before that it’s “looking into” bringing the game to last-gen consoles.

Resident Evil Village gets surprise PS5 demo

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If you’re eager to jump into Resident Evil Village, there’s a free demo you can download right now on PS5.

Capcom brought plenty of surprises today as part of the big Resident Evil Village showcase. One of the most exciting is, of course, the Maiden demo, available exclusively on PS5 for free.

Maiden is a Village demo starring a different character from the main game’s protagonist Ethan. The demo has no combat, so you won’t be able to try out the new blocking or crafting mechanics we got to see today. Your only objective is to escape the castle dungeon. Maiden includes unique content, similar to Resident Evil 7’s Beginning Hour demo.

Borderlands 3 players can participate in Arms Race mini-events

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Borderlands 3 players can participate in Arms Race mini-events

Borderlands 3 is hosting three weeks’ worth of Arms Race Mini-Events.

It’s Arms Race time in Borderlands 3, and you can participate in three consecutive week-long mini-events starting today, January 21.

Arms Race is a roguelike experience that features randomized elements. In it, you are stripped of all your gear, passive abilities, and Actions Skills and dropped into a zone where you’ll have to get loot or die trying.

BioWare’s canceled futuristic game Revolver started life as a sequel to Jade Empire

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BioWare’s canceled futuristic game Revolver started life as a sequel to Jade Empire

Bioware at one time had a project in the works called Revolver, which was a spiritual successor to Jade Empire.

Concept art for the canceled project has surfaced on ArtStation via artist Matt Rhodes (thanks, Eurogamer). Rhodes is an art director at Bioware in Edmonton and has worked as a concept artist on Jade Empire, the Mass Effect trilogy, and the Dragon Age series.

Bioware recently discussed the game in its book, BioWare: Stories and Secrets from 25 Years of Game Development. While in development, the plan was to make it available for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 and was in the works from 2005 to 2008.

Immortals Fenyx Rising gets a cross-over with Netflix’s Blood of Zeus

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Starting today, folks can experience a limited-time crossover between Netflix’s Blood of Zeus and Immortals Fenyx Rising.

Immortals Fenyx Rising players will be able to dive into a Blood of Zeus–themed quest and purchase an all-new character pack and weapon pack.

Now through January 28, in a Blood of Zeus–themed quest called A Tribute to Family, players will take on two creatures of another world: the Chimera and Cerberus.

Sherlock Holmes Chapter One details emerge in new video

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Frogwares has answered a few questions you may have about Sherlock Holmes Chapter One.

According to the studio, there are five main quests in Sherlock Holmes Chapter One that are connected through one continuous story. You can expect more than 30 side quests, some as large as the main ones. It will also take around 12 to 15 hours to beat the main story, and maybe 40 to 50 hours for the full game.

The game will have a younger, 21 year old Sherlock trying to solve the death of his mother in the main quest, and he will also be investigating incidents that occur on the island. Each offers different stories, and some will be linked to Sherlock and Jon and their past. Like in Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments, you can accuse the wrong person, as in each main quest you’ll have several different suspects. This means it is possible to fail your investigation, but the story will go on regardless.