Resident Evil 8 - Is Mia Dead in Village?

By Rachael Fiddis

May 7, 2021

Did Mia actually die in Resident Evil Village?

After a long wait and much anticipation, Resident Evil Village is finally upon us. Following on from the widely appreciated Resident Evil 7, Capcom once again drops players into the murky and unforgiving horror that lays in wait for Ethan Winters.

Resident Evil Village – Announcement Trailer | PS5

Resident Evil Village – Announcement Trailer | PS5

The beginning of Resident Evil Village sees Ethan and Mia now living in Europe after the events of what happened at the Baker house in Resident Evil 7. Even though he and Mia have a new little baby to look after, Ethan still can’t forget the past.

But when tragedy strikes and Mia is gunned down, is this really the end of her? Did she actually die?

The following contains spoilers for the game and also the fate of Mia Winters.

Is Mia Dead in Resident Evil Village?

As you progress through the story with its many twists and turns, it turns out that Mia is actually alive and well. She had been kidnapped shortly after giving birth to Rose and held by Mother Miranda in the castle to be experimented on.

There’s quite a bit more to the story here and also what follows after you discover Mia isn’t dead – which is a pretty huge shocker regarding Ethan – but that’s for you to find out without me spoiling it all for you.

To find out more about Resident Evil Village‘s ending that also includes some of the backstory on Mother Miranda, head on other to this article to find out. But do remember, it will obviously contain a heap of spoilers.

Resident Evil Village is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.

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Rachael Fiddis

Rachael, who is Deputy Editor & Head of Stakeholder Relations, has been gaming for many years. Some of her favourite video games include The Witcher 3 and The Last of Us but also loves a good indie title. Gaming Culture is where her heart lies and spends many hours sieving through gaming fan art and cosplay displays. Other than gaming, Rachael is a book nerd and music lover.

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