The cheapest copies of Resident Evil Village in Australia: PS5, PS4 and Xbox

Posted: 7 May 2021 4:40 pm
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We've found the cheapest copies of Resident Evil Village in Australia - save up to $30 on the RRP across all formats at these online retailers.


Cheapest copy of Resident Evil Village

Cheapest copy of Resident Evil Village


The eighth installment in the increasingly bloodthirsty Resident Evil series launches worldwide on May 7 2021. In Australia, it currently retails for $109.95, but several retailers have it cheaper including JB Hi-Fi ($89), Catch ($89), The Gamesmen ($89.95) and OzGameshop ($86.95).

However, the cheapest price we've been able to find in Australia is on Amazon, where the game is selling for $80.90. That's nearly $30 off the RRP!

The same deal is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox One/Xbox Series X versions of the game. Here are the links to buy.

Cheapest copies of Resident Evil Village in Australia


Resident Evil Village on PS4
Resident Evil Village on PS4

Amazon is selling the PlayStation 4 version of Resident Evil Village for $80.90 - down from $109.95.



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Resident Evil Village on PS5
Resident Evil Village on PS5

Amazon is selling the enhanced PlayStation 5 version of Resident Evil Village for $80.90 - down from $109.95.



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See also: Where to buy PlayStation 5 consoles in Australia.


Resident Evil Village on Xbox
Resident Evil Village on Xbox

Amazon is selling the Xbox version of Resident Evil Village for $80.90 - down from $109.95.



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Where to buy in store

If you prefer to shop in store, most Australian retailers that sell video games should have Resident Evil Village in stock tomorrow. There's quite a bit of variety in the asking price, however. For example, JB Hi-Fi has the game for $86, while EB Games is selling it for $109.95. It therefore pays to do some research and attempt to get a price match from your preferred retailer.

About Resident Evil Village and Lady Dimitrescu

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Resident Evil Village picks up directly after the events of the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7. The early access demos have been causing quite a stir online, with new antagonist Lady Dimitrescu (AKA 'giant vampire lady') leaving Resi fans both terrified and enamored.

If you're old enough to remember Resident Evil 4, which originally released back in 2005 on the Nintendo GameCube, you will know what to expect from Village - it shares a very similar aesthetic and style of gameplay, albeit in first-person instead of third. Here's the official spiel from the game's publisher, Capcom:

"Resident Evil Village sees the reunited Ethan and Mia Winters living happily together and putting their shared nightmares of the Baker's plantation behind them… until their life is upended and Ethan becomes the focal point of a new nightmare.

More than just a mysterious backdrop for the horrifying events that unfold in the game, the village is a character in its own right with mysteries for Ethan to uncover and terrors to escape from. Players will experience every up close battle and terrifying pursuit through a first person perspective."

Oooh, spooky. Resident Evil Village is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.


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