Biohazard Declassified comes back with a fresh helping of rumours for the still-unannounced Resident Evil 8. As always, none of these is confirmed, so take it all with a few salt shakers. Many of these rumours do match with another story which has been floating about.
For starters, Occultism is a big part of the sport. Similar to Resident Evil 4 (that is thought to be in the movie machine), we have a cult that worships the creatures generated from a new virus. With the hallucinations being an element in the sport, going, the virus has permeated through the air, inducing these hallucinations.
The principal antagonist is someone called Alan R.; a depend living in a castle near the village where the match takes place. Longtime series antagonist Alex Wesker can be lurking in the background. The game will feature a village environment, together with caves, a castle and a generally a focus on settings.
As previously mentioned, Resident Evil VII’s Ethan makes a return. He will be joined by a brand new playable character called Emily, who is a village resident looking for her daddy. There is A game mechanic, the flashlight, which can cancel the dark lighting and settings of the game. As anticipated, it may run from batteries, but recharges by itself over time.
This next rumour ventures into SPOILER territory, so if you haven’t played RE7, steer clear. Mia and Ethan have a child. Due to the infection in Resident Evil VII, the child is deformed. They live to hide their son or daughter. But, Chris Redfield ultimately Mia, too, kills the kid and divides into the house of Ethan.
In terms of the enemies, the enemies leaked earlier are back, while according to the leak, something light and human-like is included by other enemies. Cats, dogs and creatures that resemble lickers also seem. The overall appearance of these enemies fits up in theme with all the earlier leaks by Twitter user Dusk Golem.
Additional information obtained by Biohazard Declassified wasn’t revealed, due to it being”unheard” with their resources, and if valid, “give away plenty of primary plot points”. Regardless, if what they have said before is correct, then we might very well hear about RE8 in the not too distant future, given its rumoured 2021 release.