Resident Evil Village is an unsettling game that features a nine foot tall lady, ferocious lycans and all sorts of other unspeakable nasties that are determined to ruin your day. But you already knew that.
What you probably didn’t know is that certain sound effects were cut from Resident Evil Village because they sounded too realistic when using PS5’s 3D audio. Some sound effects sounded too grotesque while others were so realistic that they caused people to physically cringe.
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