Light spoilers for Resident Evil Village observe.The monster in query is a boss struggle from the Heisenberg’s Factory part of the sport, the place you struggle a monster with a propeller for a head known as Sturm. In Frankenstein’s Army, the same monster seems as an unnamed human creature with a propeller for a head (you’ll be able to watch a video of the movie scene here). Raaphorst offered pictures of the 2 scenes, going so far as telling Eurogamer that Sturm is a “one to at least one” copy of his design.
In that interview with Eurogamer, Raaphorst factors out that even the best way the scene and boss struggle finish is comparable, with the monster being pressured to burst into flames. “It’s simply the identical scene as in my film,” he mentioned, “besides that in my film it’s a must to reduce unfastened the gasoline tubes. That’s the one factor that’s lacking. But the entire thing is stepping into flames, after which it explodes, after which the best way it rotates by way of the digicam – it is all the identical, actually. Even the environments, the entire color palette. It seems like an animatic for my film.”
Raaphort goes on to say that, “It’s so troublesome to provide you with an excellent design. It’s actually exhausting to really take into consideration one thing that communicates as a cool design. It’s not simply that concepts are floating round you can seize. It’s truly exhausting labour. Then they simply seize it and put it someplace within the recreation.”
Twitter person CloneKorp has created a thread claiming that not solely Sturm, however various monsters from Frankenstein’s Army had been repurposed for Resident Evil Village. In a reply, Raaphorst mentioned, “Oh dude, that is worse then I assumed. First I felt offended, then proud, however now I see this, I really feel unhappy.”
IGN has contacted Capcom for touch upon the similarities, and Raaphorst’s claims.In different Capcom information, it was revealed immediately that the corporate continues to achieve record breaking profits, with the newest fiscal 12 months being probably the most worthwhile in its historical past because of robust gross sales of its Resident Evil and Monster Hunter franchises. It was additionally revealed that Capcom used an enormous grumpy stand-in for Lady Dimitrescu’s motion capture in Resident Evil Village.
Liam Wiseman is a Freelance News Writer for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter @liamthewiseman