Resident Evil Village is almost here, and Capcom is giving you more opportunity to play a piece of it in front of dispatch. The studio initially declared that players on Xbox, Playstation, and PC would approach an hour-long demo this end of the week for only 24 hours, however after fan analysis, Capcom has stretched out the demo’s accessibility to an entire week.
Village’s final demo will in any case open on May first at 8PM ET in North America, however accessibility will now end on May 9th at 8PM ET, a two-day overlap with the game’s full release on May 7th. Capcom declared the change alongside expanded time spans for both the United Kingdom and Europe on the game’s Twitter account. Playtime for the demo will in any case be restricted to 60 minutes, however.
The final demo will allow you to play two sections of the game: the eponymous village and Castle Dimitrescu, home of the tall vampire woman everybody knows and loves. PlayStation proprietors had only a couple hours to look at the town and afterward the palace areas in 30-minute pieces in the course of recent ends of the week, however on May first, players on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Stadia will all have seven days to play through the two segments of the game, as long as they do as such inside an hour.
This demo follows the first from January, named “Maiden,” which included an anonymous protagonist instead of Village’s primary character, Ethan Winters.
Resident Evil Village launches on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Stadia on May 7th.
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