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How To Watch The Resident Evil Village Showcase Today

Get your first look at Resident Evil Village gameplay in today's showcase stream, hosted by Capcom.


Capcom will give us a first-look at Resident Evil Village gameplay during today's Resident Evil Showcase stream, scheduled for Thursday, January 21 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM GMT. The event promises a "guided tour" of the upcoming Resident Evil sequel, a brand new trailer, and "lots more" news about the franchise. We also expect to hear about a new project called Resident Evil Re:Verse, which leaked ahead of today's stream and may be tied to the Resident Evil multiplayer mode fans have been speculating about. Here's where and when you can watch today's stream.

How to watch the Resident Evil Village Showcase

The Resident Evil Showcase stream is scheduled for 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM GMT on Thursday, January 21. That's today! It will be hosted by Brittney Brombacher of the What's Good Games podcast series. The stream is embedded below, so you can watch the whole thing right here!

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If you prefer, the stream is also available directly on YouTube and will also be shown on the CapcomUSA Twitch channel.

Resident Evil Village, which is a direct follow-up to Resident Evil 7, is coming to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. According to a Tokyo Game Show stream, Capcom is also working on bringing Resident Evil Village to PS4 and Xbox One, but has made no concrete promises about either platform. Hopefully fans will find out more today.

We also know that Resident Evil Village will have almost no load times on PS5, and it will support 4K with ray tracing. It provides more freedom in how you play.

As for the wider Resident Evil series, the new Resident Evil movie reboot starring Pirates of the Caribbean's Kaya Scodelario has finished filming. A Resident Evil TV series for Netflix is also in the works, so it's possible we might learn more about either project during the show.

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