The same applies to the rumored-and-half-confirmed Resident Evil 4 remake in the works, as well as other unspecified projects using the RE Engine.

If this info turns out to be correct, Resident Evil Village will be longer than Resident Evil 7, the Resident Evil 2 remake, and the recent Resident Evil 3 remake. In fact, criticism over RE3 remake’s length and cut content is what prompted AestheticGamer’s comment. Otherwise, they said they’d been asked not to say much about it or the other games teased in the comment.

As VGC noted, Devil May Cry 5 was built on the RE Engine and clocks in at roughly 11 hours. So after performing some very difficult and arcane mathematics, we can safely say RE Village will be at least 11 hours and one minute long.

How that pans out is anyone’s guess, since we still know very little about Resident Evil Village, but this info does at least suggest RE8 will boast a meaty single-player campaign. Again, though, take all of this with a grain of salt until further information comes to light, which Capcom is planning to release soon.

Hopefully, we won’t have long to wait. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Resident Evil Village news as it develops.

[Source: VGC]

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