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How big is the Resident Evil Village map and everything in it

We look down on an olde worlde map of the Village and it's curious landmarks
(Image credit: IGN / Capcom)

The Resident Evil Village map is a big old place to explore. Although it's hard to tell at the start as you can only see your current location, and unexplored areas are blacked out. There are also a few areas that have there own maps once you get inside, making the full picture hard to realise. However, if you're want to see the full world map for Resident Evil Village map and get a better idea of the space, we've got it for you here.

Obviously there's a spoiler warning here as we're about to reveal all the Resident Evil Village locations. So if you want to keep things a surprise, don't scroll past this picture of Lady Dimitrescu.

Resident Evil Village

(Image credit: Capcom)

Here's the full Resident Evil Village map and everything in it

(Image credit: Capcom)

This is the full Resident Evil village map with every area uncovered. You can click on it to see things better as it's quite a large area to cover. In terms of a general walkthrough of what you can see, the big cluster of blue buildings in the center is the village itself. If you can find the Maiden of War roughly in middle, that's the statue you see at the start of the gameplay demo, and you should see Luiza's House to the right - from the statue to Luiza's is roughly the entire playable space of the demo. 

The big emblems you can see are the four lords, the villains of the game - Lady Dimitrescu top middle in her castle, House Beneviento to the left and Heisenberg's Stronghold is top right. At the bottom is Moreu's Reservoir. These all function as discrete areas you enter at certain points in the game to face each boss in turn. Outside of those moments you're more or less free to explore the map at will. As you complete certain objectives, find keys and other tools to open doors and progress further, the playable area will expand. Everything you see on the map can be reached eventually. The various blue lines you can see dotted around are actually doors and gates you'll need to unlock first (areas on the map are blue when fully explored or complete. If anything is red then there's something to still find or do). 

You should also be able to see, if you zoom in, a few collectibles scattered around. The animals you can see represent beasts you can hunt for meat that can be used to cook recipes to upgrade abilities like health and blocking. While the gold boxes represent treasures and weapon upgrades. The black square with what looks like a skull in it is actually a typewriter save point, the black diamond with a cross shape in represents the merchant, and the barrels under a frame are wells you can use to get resources. 

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Leon Hurley
Leon Hurley

I'm currently GamesRadar's Senior Guides Co-ordinator, which means I've had a hand in producing or writing all of the guide and tips content on the site. I also write reviews, previews and features, and do video. Previously I worked for Kotaku, and the Official PlayStation Magazine and website. I'm a big fan of open world games, horror, and narrative adventures.