Capcom announced the Resident Evil Village DLC “The Winters’ Expansion” is launching in October 2022, alongside the game’s Gold Edition and more.
The new Resident Evil Village DLC “The Winters’ Expansion” launches on October 28th, alongside the multiplayer spinoff Resident Evil Re:Verse and the Gold Edition – all of which launch the same day.
It’s worth noting the new “The Winters’ Expansion” adds a new third-person mode for the campaign, the new story content “Shadows of Rose,” and the new “Mercenaries: Additional Orders” content which adds a playable Lady Dimitrescu.
Here’s a rundown on the new details:
Resident Evil Village DLC and more
Those yearning for dark shadows got a first glimpse of the long-awaited DLC for Resident Evil Village. The Winters’ Expansion arrives Oct. 28, 2022 on all available platforms. The new content includes:
- A Third-Person Mode for the campaign
- The Mercenaries Additional Orders featuring new stages and playable characters Chris Redfield, Heisenberg, and Lady Dimitrescu
- A continuation of the story in Shadows of Rose. Set 16 years after the events of Resident Evil Village, this new tale follows Rose Winters, the daughter of main protagonist Ethan, as she struggles with her terrifying powers. Players must explore and survive a warped and mysterious realm inside the consciousness of the Megamycete in search of a cure.
Resident Evil Village Gold Edition, a bundle of the Winters’ Expansion and the main game, will also launch on Oct. 28, 2022 in physical and digital formats for PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Steam, and Stadia.
Resident Evil™ Re:Verse, a multiplayer experience which will be free for Resident Evil Village players, will go live on the same date.
Resident Evil Village Producer Tsuyoshi Kanda also shared the game’s main story is now in production for PlayStation®VR2 and Mac.
Here’s a new trailer for the Gold Editon:
Resident Evil Village has been available since May 2021 on Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Google Stadia. In case you missed it, you can find our review here.