Capcom has a lot of expectations from Resident Evil 7. Not only the Capcom expects the game to sell well but also wants the game to be critically acclaimed. For that, devs have taken a bold step by making the game first person.
At first fans of the franchise did not like the new direction, but Capcom has convinced the fans that still it is a Resident Evil game. The company has been revealing small video clips to tease different aspects of the game, and two more videos have been revealed.
The first video showcases our protagonist going up the stairs in the spooky house and someone is singing. When the protagonist reaches the top he sees an old lady sitting in a wheelchair, and the video ends.
Nothing is known about this spooky old lady, but she might be a part of the Baker family.
The second video showcases a new enemy type that has not been revealed before. However, the video showcases this enemy in the dark and does not give us a good look at it.
Also at the end of the spooky lady video, Capcom revealed that Tape 3 for Resident Evil 7 will be dropping in early December.
Resident Evil 7 will launch in early 2017, and Capcom has revealed that the development on the game is 90 percent complete, at a recent ambassador meeting. The game was also shown running on PlayStation 4 Pro at the meeting.
Recently, Masachika Kawata revealed the secret for developing a good scary game. According to him, there are different factors that account for a real horror and every single one of them has to come together.
Resident Evil 7 is scheduled to launch on January 24, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.