Game news Resident Evil Village: a voice actor would sign his return, a clue for the sequel or an upcoming remake?
Recently, the Resident Evil license has piqued the curiosity of some players by being encrusted, through the symbol of Las Plagas from Resident Evil 4, in Sony’s latest advertisement. However, if the video game industry is silent as a grave on the plans of the franchise for the games to come, the voice actors, them, sometimes have the tongue a little too hung up.
Not so long ago, he was one of the active actors / dubbers on Capcom’s last two games, namely the remake of Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil : Village, which gave grain to the speculators. For good reason, the interpreter of Nicholai Ginovaef and Karl Heisenberg, Neil Newbon, gave some elements to fans of theories at the microphone of the Awfully Irish podcast, headed by Gerard Eady.
While Neil Newbon looks back on his stakes in Capcom’s zombie franchise, he evokes in particular his collaboration with Nicole Tompkins, the interpreter of Alcina Dimitrescu in Resident Evil: Village and of Jill Valentine in the remake of Resident Evil 3. An actress he considers a close friend with whom he enjoys working over and over again. Even in the future, in a more or less short-term project?
Loquacious but vigilant on these words, Newbon assures us that these last two works on the Resident Evil series, in the company of Nicole Tompkins, are not ” not our first work together and it may not be our last “And that they could” have other stuff ». But he mentions it himself: ” i can’t talk about some things ».
The mystery remains about his words, especially since the two actors have participated in several episodes of the franchise, It is therefore difficult to decide between a direct sequel to Resident Evil: Village, a remake of Resident Evil 4 or a totally different project. One thing seems certain though, is that Capcom has more than one trick up its sleeve regarding Resident Evil.