It'll set you back a fair chunk of GB, and you only have thirty minutes to get as far as you can.
This specially tuned demo allows you to experience the newly reimagined Resident Evil 2, but be warned: whilst you can continue as many times as you like after dying, you'll only have 30 MINUTES to complete the demo.
With or without the time limit, if you want to play the RE2 demo it's available now on Steam but it'll be pulled from digital shelves on January 31 - shortly after the game's proper release. With the full game out on January 25, Capcom announced a Resident Evil 2 demo to give fans an idea of what to expect. If you complete the story mission of the demo before the clock runs out, for example, you can replay the demo as many times as you like in the remaining time. Is there, however, any way to extend Resident Evil 2 One Shot demo or play it a few times?
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The reward is a brand new cinematic trailer that can be viewed even when the demo time is up.
In order to play the Resident Evil 2 demo, you need your PS4, Xbox One, or Windows PC connected to the Internet. You get 30 minutes to play through as Leon S. Kennedy. Was it to be like REmake, essentially the same game as the original with much improved visuals and dialogue, and slight story changes? Progress does not carry over to the full game, meaning you'll be starting from the very beginning.
Do you plan to check out the Resident Evil 2 demo?