Resident Evil Village’s upcoming PC demo has been mercifully prolonged
Resident Evil Village is releasing its third and last demo this weekend, and Capcom is lastly letting PC gamers get a slice of the spooky pie, with a mercifully bigger window of time to play it.
Capcom has been reasonably stingy with its first two demos for the sport. The Citadel and Village demos have been PlayStation-exclusive and obtainable for a mere eight hours, and the ultimate demo was anticipated to solely have a 24-hour shelf life.
Understandably, folks have been fairly miffed about this. Though the earlier demos have been solely round half-hour lengthy, they primarily demanded that you simply be free for one particular night or face dropping out on the chance to play it.
We have heard your suggestions and are extending the supply interval for the ultimate 60-minute multi-platform #REVillage demo.The unique 24-hour window beginning 5PM PDT Might 1 (1AM BST Might 2) has been elevated by every week, and now ends on the similar occasions on Might 9 PDT (Might 10 BST). pic.twitter.com/8VKEU8bMnuApril 26, 2021
The ultimate demo was introduced earlier this month with an extended however nonetheless restrictive 24-hour window. Fortunately, it seems like Capcom has listened to the suggestions. In a tweet in the present day, the studio introduced it might be including an entire further week onto the unique 24 hours, giving gamers eight days to attempt it out. It is nonetheless irritating to have it’s timed, however it needs to be a lot simpler to discover a second to sit down down with the demo now.
Resident Evil Village’s last demo will mix the Citadel and Village ranges into one 60-minute demo. It should run from Might 1 at 5 PM till Might 9 at 5 PM PDT in North America and Might 2 at 1 AM till Might 10 at 1 AM BST within the UK.