Resident Evil 6 set to be in China according to a new CV listing

Posted By | On 30th, Nov. 2011

New CV listing suggests that Resident Evil 6 could be set in China! That makes me drool, because that setting hasn’t been utilized in many games before. Alright, fine, it hasn’t been utilized in good games before. This information was revealed via the profile of a voice actress named Wendy Mok.

She is supposed to play the role of a Chinese villager.

This is here profile, and it’s still up, which we suspect won’t be for long, but hey we have the image for you as well.

This could pretty much be the setting, as this is a definitive proof.

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Thanks, TheSilentChief.com


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