Even Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’s director is having a hard time finding a PS5

One of the most coveted gadgets to buy right now is the PlayStation 5, but if you’ve kept up to date with the news, you’ll know that Sony’s new console is in high demand and in short supply. So many people have been looking (and struggling) to find a PS5 that even a character as prominent as Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City director Johannes Roberts has a hard time buying one.

The topic was raised during an interview with IGN, where we asked Roberts what his favorite Resident Evil game is, which he said was the Resident Evil 2 remake. Roberts also mentioned other Resident Evil games such as Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, but admits he has not yet played Resident Evil Village, which was released this year.

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Why? Because Roberts will experience the game on a PS5, and not his PS4.

“I do not have it, and if you have any power in this world, you will make it happen to me. I have not played [Resident Evil] Village because I can not. and you would have thought, Director of Resident Evil, I can not get a PlayStation 5 anywhere, “Roberts told IGN.” And I do not play it on my [PlayStation] 4; I want to play it on [PlayStation] 5. ”

Roberts, like many others who have not yet gotten a PS5, are not the only ones struggling to buy one. Even Jason Kelley, the actor who played the main character Colt Vahn in Deathloop, had a hard time find the console so he could play the game he was playing in (Bethesda eventually helped him secure a PS5 shortly after the game’s release).

Of course, Roberts’ fight to buy a PS5 was not the only one we discussed. In our interview with the director, we also had a spoiler discussion about the end of Welcome to Raccoon City along with some scenes that were not included in the film, including a scene where Chris Redfield’s actor would have hit a boulder.

Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster

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