The 2021 game “Resident Evil Village” serves as a sequel to 2017’s “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.” It puts players in the shoes of Ethan Winters as he searches for his kidnapped daughter in a ruined village filled with deadly monsters. The gameplay gets pretty gruesome, as you might expect, and we won’t go into too many details, to avoid both spoilers and unintended trauma.
Suffice it to say that in the process of saving your young daughter, you’ll fight a seemingly endless army of mutated monsters and learn some interesting revelations about the origin of the Umbrella Corporation and the monster t-Virus. You’ll also encounter recent fan favorite, Lady Dimitrescue, who promises to dole out terror and twitterpation in equal measure.
The game was released in various forms, from the standard edition you’d find on store shelves to a collector’s edition which retailed at $219.99. In exchange, fans received a poster, an in-game trauma pack, a Chris Redfield statue, an artbook, and a collector’s box (via IGN). The edition quickly sold out and the only places you’ll find it today are on the secondary market, where it regularly sells for about $200.