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


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

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. The Resident Evil 2 Remake demo is a limited time offering but features an exclusive trailer for those who complete it.

Although players can't restart the demo after the timer ends, there's no limit for the number of times the trailer can be viewed. The important thing is that you'll only have a half hour to do it all before you're locked out - that's why they call it the "1-Shot Demo".

Upon activation, players get 30 minutes to get pretty-boy copper Leon Kennedy out of the Raccoon City Police Department.

"If players complete the mission objective under 30 minutes, they can restart the mission until they use up their full time".

You'll be able to download and play the new Devil May Cry 5 demo for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 from 7th February 2019, giving you a month to hone your sword and gun wielding skills before Devil May Cry 5 launches in full from 8th March.

"Leon must survive vicious zombies and solve puzzles to find safe passage out of the station". 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. That demo will release this week.

With all of the incredible teasers we've been getting for the intricate remake of Resident Evil 2, it's understandable why so many fans would be clamoring for a demo before the game's release.

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