Resident Evil Village’s demo is here. Finally, the demo that we have been dying to check out is now available. It’s been a long road since we saw a werewolf in a Resident Evil teaser during E3 back in pre-pademic times. A giant sexy vampire and her daughter’s later and here we are.
Originally, the Resident Evil Village demo was going to be a timed event; that would disappear after a very confusing time window. The demo will now be available for a week. This gives casual gamers who have lives out side of gaming a chance to play.
The synopsis for Resident Evil Village goes like this:
“This entry of Resident Evil continues the story of Ethan Winters, first set in motion in Resident Evil™ 7 biohazard. The latest entry combines pulse-pounding action with signature survival horror gameplay synonymous with the Resident Evil series. In today’s first extensive look at gameplay, the development team revealed several new details including some features which harken back to fan-favorite elements from previous Resident Evil games. Protagonist Ethan will now be able to purchase and sell items, buy recipes for crafting, and customize weapons with a merchant dubbed “The Duke.” Using materials found throughout the game, he will be able to craft invaluable consumables needed to survive the terrors of the village. Utilizing these provisions will also involve more strategic planning, with a revised inventory system based on space management that may be familiar to series fans.”
The demo gives you a chance to explore both the village and castle and introduces a few of the characters that you have have been dying to meet. The entire thing reveals that it is very, very influenced by Resident Evil 4. It also manages to introduce a heck load of new mechanics and features. This very well could be the best Resident Evil title of them all. We will have a full review of the full game later this week.
Resident Evil demo is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Steam and Stadia. The full Resident Evil Village game hits shelves and downloads on May 7.
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