Resident Evil Village is the latest mainline entry in Capcom’s popular survival horror franchise, and while it may not be quite as tense or scary as its predecessor, you do still have to explore your surroundings thoroughly for any resources and key items you may need. And to do that, you’ll need to know how to make good use of your map. Here’s how to check your map in Resident Evil Village.
Checking Your Map in Resident Evil Village
Considering how big and labyrinthian the levels can be in Resident Evil Village, you’re gonna need to make good use of your map to get around and keep track of all the areas you’ve explored thus far. Thankfully, it’s easy to access, so you’ll always be able to check your surroundings whenever you need to.
To check your map, simply press the touchpad on PS4 and PS5, or hit the View button on Xbox. This will bring up your map, and you can use the left stick to move it around, or use the right stick to zoom in and out as needed.
The map is also color-coded; red means you’re currently exploring a specific room and that there are still items to be picked up in there, blue means that a room has been completely searched and emptied, while grey means that a room has yet to be explored.
With that in mind, you should always check it to make sure that you’ve completely emptied out a room before moving on. The map also comes with icons to indicate points of interests, such as typewriters that let you save your game, locks that can be picked, and other key items.
That’s all you need to know about how to check your map in Resident Evil Village. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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