Resident Evil 7 PS4 demo was made available for PlayStation Plus subscribers right after Sony’s E3 2016 Press event. According to the latest stats provided by Capcom, the demo has been downloaded over 2 million times on PS4.
The overwhelming support for the demo is a positive sign and should boost Capcom’s faith in the franchise once again. The series has been mediocre for a while and it looks like it is once again its time to shine. Capcom said the following:
We would like to thank all our fans for the feedback and support – the nail-biting exploration and terrifying atmosphere in the demo is just a taste of what can be expected when the game releases on January 24, 2017.
The demo is a taste of what Resident Evil 7 would be, however, keep in mind that this demo won’t be a part of the game. It is a completely separate slice that isn’t in the final build. Resident Evil 7 PS4 demo lacked zombies and seemed like a supernatural ghost story.
But rest assured, that isn’t the case. Capcom confirmed that Resident Evil 7 isn’t a supernatural ghost story but the company remained vague about the return of zombies and bio-weapons.
The good news is that Resident Evil 7 is going back its roots after years of pursuing action. The game is focusing more on survival horror elements than all out guns blazing zombie kills. Resident Evil 7 is also fully playable in VR and once it comes out early next year, it would be exclusive to PlayStation VR as a VR game.
Meanwhile, the title will also be available on PlayStation 4 and other unannounced platforms.
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Source: Capcom PR