Even Resident Evil: Welcome to the Director of Raccoon City is having a hard time finding a PS5

By far one of the most desirable gadgets to buy today is PlayStation 5, but if you regularly update the news, you will know that the new console from Sony is in high demand and in short supply. So many people have searched (and struggled) to find a PS5 that is even an outstanding number like Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Director Johannes Roberts is having trouble buying a movie.

The topic came up in an interview with IGN where we asked Roberts what his favorite Resident Evil game was, he said. Resident Evil 2 remake. Roberts also mentioned other Resident Evil games like Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, but admits that he hasn’t played yet Resident Evil Village, was released this year.

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Why? Because Roberts wanted to experience the game on his PS5 and not his PS4.

“I haven’t, and if you had any power in this world, you would make this happen to me. I didn’t play [Resident Evil] Village because I can’t. and you’ll think, director of Resident Evil, I can’t get it PlayStation 5 anywhere,” Roberts told IGN. And I don’t play it on [PlayStation] 4; I want to play it on [PlayStation] 5.”

Roberts, like many others who have yet to get a PS5, isn’t the only one struggling to buy one. Even Jason Kelley, the actor who starred as Colt Vahn in Deathloop, had a hard time find the console so he can play the game he’s in (Bethesda finally got him a PS5 right after the game was released).

Of course, Roberts’ struggles trying to buy a PS5 wasn’t the only thing we discussed. In the interview with the director, we there was also a spoiler discussion about the ending of Welcome to Raccoon City along with some scenes not included in the film, including a scene where Chris Redfield’s actor punches a rock.

Taylor is Associate Technology Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster Even Resident Evil: Welcome to the Director of Raccoon City is having a hard time finding a PS5


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