Capcom divulged a great deal of Resident Evil data during the present feature including insights concerning Netflix’s animated series but for individuals excitedly anticipating the next entry in the series, the main thing is the point at which they’ll have the option to play it. There will be Resident Evil Village demos accessible, however they’re time limited, and just playable during explicit windows so plan yourself in like manner.
Assuming you have a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, you’re first up, with a 30 minute demo of the “Village” environment accessible for eight hours beginning on April 17th at 8 PM ET. A 30 minute “Castle” demo will come to PlayStation proprietors for a similar eight hour window on April 24th.
On the off chance that you’d prefer to evaluate the survival horror game for more, you’ll get an opportunity on all platforms (PlayStation, Xbox, Steam and Stadia) when 60-minute demos permitting access to the two environments are released on May 1st. They will be playable for 24 hours, beginning at 8 PM ET, and pre-downloads are accessible on PlayStation beginning today. The game will be released on all platforms May 7th.
Other news included disclosures that the arcade-style Mercenaries Mode will be a part of Village and a crossover event with Dead by Daylight. Capcom is additionally working with Armature Studio on a first-person VR port of Resident Evil 4 that will show up only on the Oculus Quest 2 headset, yet you’ll need to stand by until Facebook’s event on April 21st for additional subtleties.