Earlier this month we got the news that Resident Evil 7’s demo will be out very soon when we went across the new teaser launched on Youtube. Directly coherent to our anticipation, it will be giving the gamers a chance to check out what’s coming in the most anticipated game of January 2017.
This was, however, very due. Playstation 4 gamers have had their hands on the demo, and it for a while it felt like Xbox One and PC gamers have been kept in cold, and waiting. But not for long! We have the reason to believe that this is all due to the intense pressure from the gamers like Ejay Lozano who used his twitter out to bash about this unfair measures. His tweet said
Capcom is always giving PS4 support. SF5. Ultimate MVC3 having a digital rerelease on the PS4 this month and it won’t be available on Xbox One till march 2017. I know Capcom is having financial issues, but if you want more money, make your games available for all consoles, just not PS4.
The demo’s description says:
You wake up alone on the floor of an abandoned farmhouse. Daylight is quickly fading. You must find a way out. A thrillingly immersive horror experience for the five senses. This full model change to the frightening Isolated View player perspective, and photorealistic graphics of the cutting-edge RE Engine mark a new beginning for survival horror. Enter a terrifyingly new world of horror and survive. Warning: Contains scenes of horror and violence. Content may not be suitable for children.
While the today’s release it currently enrolled for the Xbox One only, PC players will have to wait until December 19, until the demo is out.
The game is set to hit the online stores and the streets on January 17, 2017. However, you can preorder now by following the official website and social media pages.