Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Resident Evil 2 '1-Shot' Demo Drops This Week

Resident Evil 2 '1-Shot' Demo Drops This Week

The Resident Evil 2 remake uses the proprietary Capcom RE Engine and will offer a brand new take on the classic survival horror game with new scenarios and other interesting changes. You can play the game for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.

To celebrate the game release of Resident Evil 2 on 25 January 2019, Capcom has today announced the opening of an immersive bar based on the series' infamous Raccoon City Police Department (RPD). If you die, you can re-start but once those 30 minutes expire the demo is over - for good. While the demo itself can only be enjoyed once (Presuming you don't make free accounts to continue enjoying it), the trailer can be replayed an infinite amount of times.

Players who complete the demo will have the chance to experience a never-before-seen cinematic.

Yeah, you read that right: real blood. Capcom says that if you beat the demo in under 30 minutes you can simply play through it again, with a similar situation if you end up zombie dinner.

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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.

Resident Evil 2 isn't the first game to put a time limit on its demo, but it's definitely the most high-profile game to do so in quite a while. Is 30 minutes enough? Leon has to survive a throng of bloodthirsty zombies before escaping, all the while the clock ticks down.

What do you think about this news? With the arrival of Devil May Cry 5 coming in March though, the game's director has recently revealed that this might be one action title that is a bit longer than normal.

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