Rumors A swamp with mermaids and a monster like Tyrant
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Rumors: A swamp with “mermaids” and a monster like Tyrant has been cut out of Resident Evil Village

AestheticGamer (aka Dusk Golem) Insider citing his own sources told about content excised from horror shooter Resident Evil Village en route to release. Attention: The text can spoiler.

    Image source: Capcom

Image source: Capcom

We’re talking about Moro Reservoir – one of the four main locations in the game. According to an insider, the episode was severely cut because it took more time and money to completely rewrite it than the team had.

They originally planned to add a swamp to the Moro domain. In fact, it was linear, but it allowed you to choose routes for progress (part of the path could be walked on the ground).

    According to AestheticGamer, instead of the Moro tank, Capcom decided to pay more attention to the Dimitrescu Castle and the Heisenberg factory.

According to AestheticGamer, instead of the Moro tank, Capcom decided to pay more attention to the Dimitrescu Castle and the Heisenberg factory.

Various items were scattered in the water and there were enemies like mermaids swimming fast and screaming loudly. The latter stunned and slowed down the main character, and also drew the attention of a pursuing enemy like Tyrant.

AestheticGamer doesn’t know who the swamp stalker was (but suspects that Moro himself). The monster had a “slimy” appearance, spat acid at a distance, and struck with one clawed hand at close range.

    In the early stages of development, Lady Dimitrescu's daughters played a very different role.

In the early stages of development, Lady Dimitrescu’s daughters played a very different role.

Eventually, in the swamp around the fires, some rituals were to take place involving werewolves and witches (later they would become Lady Dimitrescu’s daughters). The hero could sneak past enemies or join the fight for items scattered nearby.

Resident Evil Village debuted in May 2021 on PC (Steam), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Google Stadia. Total sales of the game have since surpassed 5.7 million copies.

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