Capcom have decided to give their fans exactly what they want, and revealed the heigh of Lady Dimitrescu, one of the sexy vampire ladies in the upcoming Resident Evil Village.
Lady Dimitrescu is, it turns out, not just tall, but giant. If you include her hat and high heels, she’s 2.9m (approximately 9’6″) tall.
Your love for Lady Dimitrescu is loud and clear. 👒
Here's a message from our RE Village art director Tomonori Takano, along with a very curious fact you may have wondered about: pic.twitter.com/Lj4m5pN2dJ
— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) February 2, 2021
Resident Evil Village’s art director Tomonori Takano was more than happy to oblige the rather…. passionate requests for information, saying:
Lady Dimitrescu and her daughters have received a fair amount of attention, far more than we anticipated. It’s great that they’re able to take the spotlight as icons of Resident Evil Village. Lady Dimitrescu, especially, has received much fanfare both domestically and oversea, which has made all of us in the development team extremely happy. I hear her height is something of interest…
You can freely insert air quotes through that around words like “attention”, “fanfare” and “something of interest”, because the latest reveal trailer for Resident Evil Village, which featured these characters quite heavily, got an awful lot of lusty reactions online.
Many generations can point to certain defining moments in pop culture as having triggered a sexual awakening, whether it’s Elvis Presley’s dancing in the 60s or David Bowie’s rather tight costume in Labyrinth. I don’t think anyone expected it to be very tall vampire ladies in Resident Evil Village revealing giantess fetishists for the 2020s, but here we are.
As a game, Resident Evil Village follows on from Resident Evil 7, picking up Ethan’s tortured story as he finds himself in another very bizarre situation. The game returns to a first person view point, with some gunplay alongside the need to block incoming attacks as you tentatively explore the spooky castle.
Resident Evil Village is coming out on 7th May 2021, across PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. Alongside the release date announcement, Capcom also revealed that it would, in fact, be arriving on the last-gen consoles, with free upgrades to PS5 and Xbox Series.
A PlayStation exclusive demo is also available, which was so popular that it managed to crash the PlayStation Store for a while after its release. A further demo is expected in the spring and will be available for all platforms, while Village’s bundled in multiplayer game, Re:Verse, is currently in beta testing.