Devil May Cry 5 is Getting a New Demo in February

Devil May Cry 5 is Getting a New Demo in February

Devil May Cry 5 is Getting a New Demo in February

Today Capcom announced that a demo for the Resident Evil 2 remake is finally coming. Whatever you do, an in-game timer will constantly tick down from 30 minutes.

The end of the small demo period will also reveal a never-before-seen cinematic trailer just for those that enjoyed their time playing the game early.

Resident Evil 2 Remake is getting a demo just in time for the game's release later this month.

BUT, you only have 30 minutes. And if you prefer Resident Evil 2 digitally, it's Rs. 3,380 for the Xbox One, Rs. 3,375 on PS4, and Rs. 2,999 for PC via Steam. The demo is one-and-done, but the trailer can be viewed as many times as you like.

Upon activation, players get 30 minutes to get pretty-boy copper Leon Kennedy out of the Raccoon City Police Department. Players who complete the demo in under 30 minutes will be able to restart it and play until they've used up the half hour. Available to download for a limited time from January 11th to January 31st, this will be the first opportunity for fans to experience the completely reimagined horror classic from home.

"Leon must survive vicious zombies and solve puzzles to find safe passage out of the station".

Resident Evil 2, known as Biohazard 2 in Japan, was originally released in 1998 for the original PlayStation. You can even save your game, giving you a chance to play through as many times as you need to fill out Nero's move list.

As you play through the demo, the music is reactive, much like every other game that's been around since the seventh generation of gaming.

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