Resident Evil Village is not an exception.
If the most hardcore Resident Evil fans see dishing out $220 for the Resident Evil Village Collector's Edition as a sign of love, they may need to put their love into question once they catch a glimpse at what's being offered in Japan. Those who can't quite afford $1855 can instead pluck for the Complete Set Edition at a marginally cheaper $1634.
Moving forward, it seems to be the perspective around which all future Resident Evil games will be built outside of remakes. We should hope so, given the price of this thing. This is seemingly down to negativity surrounding the Resident Evil 3 remake, which excised large parts of the 1999 original, much to the disappointment of fans.
This is the ultimate edition of Village in that it comes with everything - the game, a map, a SteelBook case, a Chris Redfield statue, an art book, 1/6 scale miniature weapons and trinkets (that I want to buy separately), a fancy package to contain it all, and the real wallet-buster: a buttonless chester coat. Then there's the Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes the game and the Trauma Pack DLC. Well, Capcom has just the deal for you. The stand-alone experience takes place within the world of Resident Evil Village; featuring a character known as the Maiden, players must escape the dungeon of Dimitrescu Castle. It can support between four and six players, depending on the beta page for a Resident Evil beta opportunity which is likely Re: Verse, and it will be playable on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as we know it.
Published today over on Enveloping Sounds' YouTube Channel, the "Fixed Camera Dream Concept" customizes a third-person NexusMods script to produce a fixed camera version of Resident Evil 7.