Starting May 1, horror fans will have one week to try out the latest demo of Resident Evil: Village instead of 24 hours as Capcom had announced during a broadcast in April.
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PlayStation gamers were left hungry for both demos Town and Castle of Resident Evil Village, because these were available for a short window of eight hours lasting 30 minutes. The third and final demo, open to all, was only supposed to be available within a 24-hour window, but Capcom backed down and granted the wish of horror-hungry fans.
From 1er May 8 p.m. EST, so it will be possible to tour the village and return to Chateau Dimitrescu in a 60-minute demo that combines, in fact, the first two demos that PlayStation players have already been able to try. This fun will last until May 9, 8 p.m.
Players will be entitled to an infinite number of “Continues” within the 60 minutes of play. If a player manages to complete the demo in less than 60 minutes, they can restart the game for the remaining time.
The demo of Resident Evil: Village will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, (PC) Steam and Google Stadia until May 9, 8 p.m. ET. The game’s release, meanwhile, is still scheduled for May 7.
To pre-order Resident Evil Village: Playstation 5 | Playstation 4 | Xbox One / Xbox Series X / S | PC (Steam) | Google Stadia