March 20, 2019

Resident Evil 2 demo coming Thursday, on a timer

13 January 2019, 09:34 | Cameron Gross

Next Devil May Cry 5 Demo Will Bring Demons To Consoles On February 7, 2019

Resident Evil 2 Ps4 Demo

The release of the Resident Evil 2 remake is creeping closer and closer, and soon you'll get a taste of the action.

The demo does include a form of online DRM that will lock it to your Xbox, PS4 or Steam account.

Capcom announced good news for those waiting for the release of the remake of the horror survival Resident Evil 2. Players who encounter the familiar "You Died" screen will be able to continue any number of times until the 30-minute timer has expired. Due on January 11th, Capcom's "1-Shot Demo" gives players just half an hour to explore the Raccoon City police headquarters with a mission to complete.

Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN who can't wait for the Resident Evil 2 Remake and for millions around the world to see for themselves how unbelievable this is.

If you do manage to get tickets, you'll need to book a time slot between 12pm and 11pm. You can read about the full details posted down below. Interestingly, completing the demo also reveals a new cinematic trailer, but you have to make it in time.

Resident Evil 2 releases for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on January 25th, 2019. During that timeframe, players can download the demo and experience a playable slice of the full game starring Leon Kennedy. Available to download for a limited time from January 11 to January 31, this will be the first opportunity for fans to experience the completely reimagined horror classic from home. Would-be Raccoon City survivors have to conquer the game's trials in just 30 minutes. Leon has to survive a throng of bloodthirsty zombies before escaping, all the while the clock ticks down.

Other News

Trending Now

Mayweather will attend Pacquiao vs Broner — Leonard Ellerbe
Broner dethroned DeMarco and earned a vacant WBA crown against Allakhverdiev, his fourth in as many divisions. "But I'm not thinking about that now".

Mayor de Blasio calls on City Council to pass paid-vacation proposal
Those proposals, along with those for universal health care and guaranteed paid leave are still only that - proposals. Councilmember Jumaane Williams said he was optimistic about de Blasio's progressive tone.

Alert bus driver rescues one-year-old abandoned on busy road
The Milwaukee County Transit Service driver had been on her route when she noticed the child wandering the streets without shoes. The child, who appeared to be less than one-year-old, was barefoot and wearing just a onesie and diaper.

Ford, Jaguar slash thousands of jobs across Europe
He said: "In JLR, market conditions, particularly in China , have deteriorated further". The auto company announced plans on Thursday to cut thousands of jobs across Europe.

GoFundMe Border Wall Guy: We're Building It Ourselves
Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage , 37, created the campaign, dubbed " We The People Will Fund The Wall ", last month. Despite the scrutiny, Kolfage remains unbowed.

Syria says air defences shoot down Israeli missiles
Just half an hour before midnight, sounds of explosions were heard in Damascus, especially in the western part of the city. On that occasion, a Syrian anti-aircraft missile flew into Israeli airspace, and was destroyed by Israeli air defenses.

Dave Grohl Suffers A Beer-Related Mishap At The Joint
As Spin reported, Grohl was passed a can of beer by a fan during a guitar solo, which he downed, and then fell off the stage. It looks like Dave Grohl may have had a little too much fun during his show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night (January 9).

TSA union holds rally at Atlanta's airport
The shutdown is already affecting some airport operations, though no problems have been reported yet in Chicago. Gayzagian is acting president of The American Federation of Government employees, which represents TSA workers.

Australia considering resettlement for runaway Saudi woman
Women trying to escape abuse by their families have been caught trying to seek asylum overseas in recent years and returned home. On Sunday Qunun told AFP her family was "abusive" and once locked her in a room for six months just for cutting her hair.

Megyn Kelly Finalizes Multi-Million Dollar Contract Settlement With NBC
The backlash to Kelly was swift and immediate, exceeding the outrage she generated for her remarks years ago about Santa's race. But when those stories began to fade, Kelly had trouble attracting an audience in the soft-focus world of morning television.