Zombies on Lady Dimitrescu’s daughter

A Resident Evil Village mod gave a player access to a Ray gun from Call of Duty: Zombies.

As the latest installment in the Biohazard franchise, Resident Evil Village has seen some exciting gameplay. One of the more interesting things is a player using a modded weapon skin to look like they are using the Ray Gun from Call of Duty.

It makes for a cool minute of gameplay as they take on one of Lady Dimitrescu’s daughters.

Ray Gun in Resident Evil Village

One of the unfortunate things about the mod is that it’s just a weapon skin mod, not a fully working weapon mod. So, it doesn’t shoot out rays like it did in Call of Duty: Zombies. Even so, it’s cool to see a player-run around the Resident Evil Village game with the Ray Gun in hand. Even up close, the Ray Gun looks much better than it ever did in the actual Call of Duty games.

The Ray Gun weapon mod is just over the typical pistol a player would find in Resident Evil Village. So, of course, it only shoots out normal bullets, but it looks way better. When the player is finally shooting at one of Lady Dimitrescu’s daughters, it even looks like it’s freezing her, acting like a Freeze Ray. Though of course, that’s only because the window in the game opened up, but it looks cool nonetheless.

Lately, a lot of other mods are also circulating all over the internet, making Resident Evil Village a lot more fun. One mod online even turns Chris Redfield’s head into a giant baby, making for a humorous moment in this dark game. Another mod even turned Chris into Ethan’s baby instead of Rosemary. Another popular mod online is Lady Dimitrescu’s head being replaced with Thomas the Tank Engine.

Also Read: Richard Raaphorst bashes Resident Evil Village for stealing creature design from his 2013 movie “Frankenstein’s Army”

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

I have 26 years of experience as a professional writer and editor and have been working as a full time freelancer since 2011. I am originally from Casablanca, Morocco, and I graduated from Qatar University with a degree in journalism. I have worked for newspapers, magazines, news agencies, websites. I speak fluent Arabic, French, English, Russian and Spanish.

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