The highly anticipated DLC for Resident Evil™ Village is here at long last! The Winters’ Expansion and the Resident Evil™ Village Gold Edition bundle are both now available worldwide for PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. This expansion introduces new ways to enjoy the award-winning eighth core entry in the renowned survival horror franchise, including “Third Person Mode,” new playable characters for “The Mercenaries Additional Orders” such as the statuesque Lady Dimitrescu, and the final chapter of the Winters family saga, “Shadows of Rose.”

Resident Evil™ Re:Verse, a free online multiplayer experience available for all Resident Evil Village and Resident Evil Village Gold Edition owners, also deploys today with cross-play support.

The Winters’ Expansion provides more points of view for Resident Evil Village players, beginning with the much requested “Third Person Mode.” This new option enables players to experience the acclaimed main campaign, which was originally presented from a first-person perspective, from a whole new angle. See protagonist Ethan Winters in action with never-before-seen animations, as he struggles to survive the terrors that await him on his journey to rescue his kidnapped daughter, Rose.

Set 16 years after the events of the main story, “Shadows of Rose” continues the Winters family saga. Now grown-up, Rose Winters delves into a realm of consciousness in search of a cure for her unwanted powers. Rose must face her fears in this warped and twisted world of nightmares, wielding her strange abilities to elude and overcome the monsters and other threats that seek to pull her into the darkness.

“The Mercenaries Additional Orders” also introduces new playable characters. Ethan Winters is joined by an ensemble cast in this action-packed bonus mode that now features legendary BSAA agent Chris Redfield, Lord Karl Heisenberg, and Countess Alcina Dimitrescu. Charge into the fray and unleash Chris’ boulder-boxing fists, Heisenberg’s magnetic gifts, and Lady D’s ability to conjure throwable furniture. Each character has their own array of attributes and abilities to help them carve their way through enemies in this enhanced mode that also includes new stages and fresh balance adjustments.

Resident Evil Re:Verse also arrives today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam with cross-play. Free for owners of Resident Evil Village and Resident Evil Village Gold Edition, this online multiplayer game S.T.A.R.S. a roster of beloved Resident Evil™ heroes competing in four to six-player matches. When taken out, characters mutate into bioweapons with powerful attacks perfect for exacting revenge against their opponents. Additional survivors, creatures, stages, costumes, and challenge missions are planned for post-launch updates. Capcom ID is required; players can register for an account here. For up to date information on Resident Evil Re:Verse follow the official Twitter account.

The world of Resident Evil Village can now be enjoyed on even more platforms, as both the Mac and cloud-powered Nintendo Switch™ versions also launch today. Supported by Apple silicon compatible computers, the Mac release of Resident Evil Village features smooth and beautiful graphics that rival the quality of high-end gaming PCs and consoles. For more information on compatible devices, please check the official website. Resident Evil™ Village Cloud allows players to stream the game via the cloud without large downloads. A demo for Resident Evil Village Cloud is out now, enabling players to test their network environment prior to purchasing. The Winters’ Expansion is also on the way to Resident Evil Village Cloud on Dec. 2, 2022 and will launch for Mac at a later date.

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