Resident Evil Village: Why Chris Killed Mia

The most discussed game of recent days is undoubtedly Resident Evil Village. Developed by Capcom, the game tells the story of Ethan Winters, who we first met in Resident Evil 7, and his family. The secrets of the game, which was announced exactly 10 months ago and managed to keep the excitement high with numerous trailers until its release, began to appear one by one with its release. It's time to ask the question that directly affects the story of the game and whose answer has been asked by millions of players: why did Chris kill Mia?

As you know, Ethan Winters, who set out to find his wife Mia in Resident Evil 7, ended his story with a happy ending after some incredibly terrible things happened to him. Village, on the other hand, begins exactly three years after this finale. Ethan and Mia, who are having a nice evening at home with their daughter Rose, are unexpectedly attacked. One of the show's most important characters, Chris Redfield, is responsible for the attack.

Is Chris Redfield evil in Resident Evil Village?

Ethan meets Chris again and angrily confronts him about Mia's death. Chris reveals that the "Mia" he killed was not the real one, but in fact, Miranda impersonating her. Having been infected by the same mold that Eveline was based on, Miranda has powerful shapeshifting abilities and assumed the identity of Mia in order to abduct Rosemary. Based on the above explanations, we can clearly answer this question no. In fact, Chris Redfield, who appears as a villain in all of the trailers, is always on the safe side. Thus, a logical answer to the question of why Chris killed Mia is given.

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Resident Evil 8 or Resident Evil Village will be released on consoles and PC on May 7, 2022.

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