Resident Evil 9 will apparently introduce a new or returning protagonist

It looks like the next major installment in the Resident Evil franchise, which many fans refer to simply as Resident Evil 9 For now, it will introduce a new hero or alternatively bring back a character from a previous version. together Resident Evil 7 And the Resident Evil VillageCapcom put players in control of faceless protagonist Ethan Winters. And while Ethan’s story ends at the end villageHis daughter Rose will continue the Winters tale in the upcoming DLC ​​for the game shades of roses. After launching this expansion, though, Capcom has now made it clear that future Resident Evil games won’t focus on the Winters family anymore.

in conversation with IGNAnd the Resident Evil Village DLC Director Kento Kinoshita shared it shades of roses It is meant to “end the Winters family saga.” This news is somewhat surprising in the conclusion village It seems to indicate that Rose Winters could eventually be the protagonist Resident Evil 9. However, it looks like that won’t be the case after all, which means that RE9 You’ll likely see new or returning characters from the series taking on the role of the central hero.

While it’s interesting to think about what Capcom might be looking to do next Resident Evil 9We probably won’t hear anything about this title for a long time. The main reason for this is that Capcom is currently preparing to release a remake of Resident Evil 4 in early 2023. However, Capcom has launched new Resident Evil titles at a very rapid pace over the past two years, which means that Resident Evil 9 It could be closer than expected. While next year’s release seems totally out of the question, we may learn more about the next entry in the franchise as 2024 begins to approach.

What character would you like to see? Resident Evil 9 about the center? Do you think Capcom will create an entirely new character for the series, or can we instead see familiar faces like Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, or Leon Kennedy back again? Share your thoughts with me either in the comments or send me a message on Twitter at Trustworthy.


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