Resident Evil Village is set to release in late April 2021 according to the latest info from Capcom's leaked documents. The game is also coming to current-gen, which will be revealed at TGA 2020.
Hacker group named Ragnar recently breached Capcom's security measures to obtain a ton of data, including information about their mega-popular franchises such as Resident Evil and Monster Hunter.
One of the most interesting details that the leak reveals is a release window for Capcom's upcoming horror title Resident Evil Village. As you may know, Capcom already confirmed that Village is targeting 2021 release window but the latest information gives us a clearer picture when it comes to Resident Evil Village release date.
As you can see in the leaked image below, Capcom have set late April 2021 as the release date for the game. Several insiders revealed previously that the game is targeting the first half of 2021 and it seems this information was indeed correct.
On top of this, the leak confirms that last-gen version is currently in development but this is yet to be announced as Capcom plan to do that at the upcoming The Game Awards show, which is scheduled for December.
In the image, you can also check out first images of the different editions, including the Collectors Edition, which features the game's iconic character, Chris Redfield.
Last but not least, the leak reveals that Capcom plan to open pre-orders sometime in January 2021. You can find more leaked details about Resident Evil Village on Twitter.
Resident Evil Village is officially in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC and it's coming sometime in 2021.