When is Resident Evil 9 released? On the basis of the enormous success of public and critics obtained by Capcom with Resident Evil Village , the expectation of fans for the reveal of the next chapter of the horror series becomes more and more spasmodic.
Even without yet having unveiled their cards and publicly revealed future plans for the new episode of the saga, the Japanese development house is certainly working on the new act of the dark-colored epic of Resident Evil and, for this reason, the community is growing. desire to find out how long it will take to be able to put on the shoes of your favorite heroes again.
The release of Resident Evil 9 is therefore becoming a topic increasingly treated by the visitors of the most popular forums and social networks, with interventions that also involve the most accredited insiders. Among the personalities of the sector who are sharing interesting advances on RE9, the most authoritative voice is certainly that of Dusk Golem .
Capcom’s “deep throat” which, in the past, has repeatedly given proof of reliability with its numerous advances that later turned out to be authentic, reports that the Japanese company has been secretly developing Resident Evil 9 since 2018 , guaranteeing its creative team the tranquility necessary to realize the vision of a triple A video game with even more mature contents than Resident Evil Village.
Also based on the information shared by the anonymous sources cited by Dusk Golem, work on RE9 will continue for a few more years: Capcom’s intention would in fact be to launch Resident Evil 9 between 2024 and 2025 . If true, the rumors about the release period of Capcom’s blockbuster horror should induce fans to wait a long time before attending the official presentation of Resident Evil 9 and, consequently, the reveal of the launch window. As for the platforms, the timing mentioned by Dusk Golem would seem to suggest the abandonment of crossgen development (and therefore of the PS4 and Xbox One versions) and the consequent landing of RE9 only on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S and perhaps even Google Stadia.