The Resident Evil 2 "1-Shot Demo" will be available for everyone to check out until January 31. Whatever you do, an in-game timer will constantly tick down from 30 minutes.
You'll start off as Leon S. Kennedy in Racoon City's gothic police station, which is early on in the game but still, from what we played in our most recent preview, relatively hard. The Resident Evil 2 Remake demo is a limited time offering but features an exclusive trailer for those who complete it.
Play quickly and carefully if you want to see the end of the demo, and be sure to pick up any useful items you see laying around while conserving your ammo. Should it sink its teeth into you, you're actually in luck as the full game isn't far off. Fortunately, you can continue if you die, or if you complete the mission objective.
Twenty years later, the new Resident Evil 2 sees the nightmare return, now with unprecedented levels of immersion as seen in last year's acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard.
Capcom Provide just 30 minutes for you to check out the demonstration and once your 30 minutes are up that's it.
As expected, Capcom will share an early segment of its long-awaited Resident Evil 2 remake this week.
Players will be put in the shoes of rookie cop Leon Kennedy as he explores the terror that has overtaken Raccoon City Police Department.
Resident Evil 2 will arrive on January 25 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Once your thirty minutes are up the demo will become unplayable.
What do you think about this news? The announcement did not mention an Xbox version, but as the original leak came from Microsoft, it is probably safe to assume the demo will be making an appearance on that platform as well.
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