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The makers of Resident Evil Village will be breaking down the game’s creation at the all-digital GDC 2021!

May 12, 2021

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Whether you’ve been been entranced by Lady Dimitrescu or were excited by the return of everyone’s favorite boulder-punching zombie hunter Chris Redfield in Resident Evil Village, you’re in luck.

At the all-digital 2021 Game Developers Conference (running July 19th - 23rd), Capcom’s Morimasa Sato, Tomonori Takano, Hitoshi Mishima, and Yixiong Gong are giving a talk on the game design, art direction, and graphics of Resident Evil Village.

Each of the group will be breaking a different component of the game’s creation to help you gain technical expertise in game design, art direction, and high-fidelity graphics.

The game design segment will break down how Capcom controlled the player’s emotional experience, the art direction segment will discuss the making of a “beautiful, yet terrifying village."

And finally in the graphics segment, the team will show concrete examples of how Capcom implemented ray-tracing to render that village within the game’s technical constraints.

It’s a talk you’ll be dying to attend. Reserve your spot, and register today for GDC 2021 to get the best price on your pass for this year’s show!

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