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Reception of Resident Evil 7 Demo Blew Away Capcom
Capcom revealed its highly anticipated Resident Evil 7 during E3 press conference, along with a demo for the game. Now Capcom haa revealed that, the company is very happy with reception of Resident Evil 7 demo.
Speaking with Gamereactor, director Koushi Nakanishi and producer Masachika Kawata said that the feedback they got from the short period of time for which the demo was available is really spectacular.
Kawata said that they are “Blown away” with the reception of Resident Evil 7 demo. He further said that the team is very happy with the feedback, and expects to deliver much more with the finished product.
Nakanishi added that while some people think that Resident Evil 7 demo represents the entirety of the gamaplay, however, it is just a teaser.
Sseen people looking at the teaser demo and thinking that that represents the entirety of the gameplay experience, of the full game, and it’s not, it’s an upfront feeling of how the horror taste of the game is going to be but the final game is going to have more of the key elements of classic Resident Evil in there as well, so this is just a teaser and a taste of the tone of the game.
He also confirmed that Resident Evil 7 is set after the events of Resident Evil 6, however, he did not reveal anything about the game’s plot, but said that players will be put in extreme survival situations.
You are put into an extreme survival situation and the feeling of just “how am I ever going to get out of this?” or “how am I going to survive or escape?” is one of the main themes of the game as well.
Capcom also reveled that, Resident Evil 7 demo was playable during last year’s E3, but no one knew about it. Capcom presented the game as a tech demo for something called “Kitchen.” It was actually Resident Evil 7.
No release date has been announced for Resident Evil 7, and the game is in development for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.