This has led to a lot of players looking for some way to replay the game. We'll find out before long, as Resident Evil 2 hits the shelves on PS4, PC and Xbox January 25. It's been confirmed that you can die in the demo and still continue - the only limitation is that 30 minute clock. Predictably, the PC version has already been modded to let you go beyond that time limit, but it turns out there's not much extra to discover even with those limits removed.
There's no official release time, but the demo has already gone live in Australia.
The Resident Evil 2 Remake 1-Shot Demo is now available worldwide, and new details on the upcoming remake have emerged online.
This means Resident Evil 2 Remake demo should be available around midday in the UK.
It was recently revealed that the Resident Evil 2 Remake demo has an interesting gimmick attached.
Once you complete the demo, you'll get to view an exclusive new cinematic trailer. The approximate playtime is 30 minutes and it ends if players do not clear it before the time runs out. Once it is downloaded to your PS4 or Xbox One, for example, you will be able to play the demo through once on every account saved on the machine. Furthermore, all the action in the Resident Evil 2 demo takes place in Racoon City Police Station, putting you in the role of Leon Kennedy, one of the full game's two protagonists. Capcom recommends shooting different body parts (like legs) if you want to slow zombies down and preserve ammo.