Lady Dimitrescu is leaving for Stadia on 7 May. Resident Evil Village will also be released for Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia on the same day as PC, PlayStation and Xbox. The Deluxe Edition of the game, where the standard version will sell for $60, will be available to gamers for $70. In addition, the game is available for pre-order.
Winters and Mia’s tragic adventures continue where they left off
Although Google no longer makes its own Stadia games, the company continues to bring big third-party games to the platform. Google also gives you a bonus if you pre-order or buy Resident Evil Village on Stadia until May 21. If you pre-order, the Stadia Premiere Edition kit with a Stadia Controller and Chromecast Ultra is available for free.
Village, the eighth major game in the Resident Evil series, will give users the culmination of the survival experience. Biohazard’s sequel, the play, is about a few years after the last story. The tragic adventures of Ethan Winters and his wife Mia, who moved to a new home after recovering from their past nightmares, continue in the new home.
As you may recall, Resident Evil: Village was first announced at the PlayStation 5 launch event in June 2020. According to the date announced following the announcement, the game would first be released on May 7 for Windows, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S. However, as a result of the latest move by Google, the game will be released to Stadia players at the same time as other platforms.