Big week on the JV release side, since one of the most anticipated games of the year is coming: it is Resident Evil Village, a new opus which may well be talked about in the days to come.
Resident Evil Village
This is the big piece of the week: Resident Evil Village will be available on May 7 on just about every available console (apart from the Switch), namely PC, Stadia, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, and Xbox One. As a reminder, if you haven’t followed anything: Resident Evil Village is located directly after Resident Evil VII Biohazard and stages Ethan Winters, his wife Mia and Chris Redfield, who are not even introduced anymore. As for the previous episode, we will be on a survival horror in the first person, with a greater emphasis on the horror side. A homecoming that pleased fans for the seventh opus, remains to be seen if it will always be so successful for this sequel!
We talk a lot about transhumanism with the many advances in science in the field. But what if it was the other way around? What if the robots themselves wanted to become humans? That’s the whole idea of The Colonists, in which the player embodies jealous robots of humans who begin to, as their name suggests, colonize a whole bunch of different areas. We are sure a management / adventure game that will be available on Switch, PS4 and Xbox One starting tomorrow April 4.
In an isolated and rather hostile city, the player must craft, explore and allow the 4 survivors that we play to survive against various monsters and enemies that roam the streets. This is the simple idea of Highrisers, a game that is sure to intrigue, especially thanks to its graphic style in pixel-art, always so fashionable. This intriguing game will be available on PC from May 6th.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is coming to Xbox
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is already a few years behind: it is an excellent “Minecraft-Like” game with big RPG elements in which the player has fun building various cities while fighting a lot of monsters that disrupt the equilibrium of the world. A game that has already proven its worth among fans of the Dragon Quest series, in particular thanks to a whole bunch of improvements compared to the first game in the series. Earlier available on PC, Switch and PS4, It is now available on Xbox consoles, starting May 4, tomorrow.