It'll set you back a fair chunk of GB, and you only have thirty minutes to get as far as you can.
Resident Evil 2 Remake's 30-minute demo is supposed to be just a single go-round, literally one chance to live or die, but that obviously hasn't stopped enterprising players from finding ways to get around the restriction. This video shows the entire 1-Shot Demo (the PC demo will release in around 9 hours on Steam) so I strongly suggest avoiding it in case you want to experience it yourselves. A demo will be available to download from January 11 through January 31. Here's what you need to know. A new trainer lets players stop the time counter, and take advantage of all the cheating tools you might expect from that type of software.
We learn that over 1,000,000 players enjoyed the demo (to be precise, 1,055,790).
Being a remake of 20-year old game, Resident Evil 2 does away with fixed camera angles featured in the original. If you complete the story mission of the demo before the clock runs out, for example, you can replay the demo as many times as you like in the remaining time. You have unlimited tries and you can't repeat it when you're done. Upon completing the demo, you will be given a new cinematic trailer to watch.
While you can not replay the demo after your 30 minutes are up using the same account, there are ways of replaying it. Oddly, it doesn't have any HDR support to speak of.
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