Capcom Unity has confirmed that a playable demo for the upcoming Resident Evil VII is scheduled to release this week for Xbox One and on Dec. 19, 2016 for Steam.
Playstation 4 owners, on the other hand, can download it right now as announced during the company’s recent Playstation Experience conference. Capcom Unity has also issued out a statement explaining the reason behind delaying the PC demo.
Resident Evil VII PC Demo Dated
According to Capcom Unity, the studio is taking the next couple of weeks to further optimize the game in order “to ensure an awesome experience for our PC fans.” There are a number of visual settings that players can play with including Dynamic Shadows, Volumetric Lighting Quality, Subsurface Scattering, Mesh Quality, Texture Filtering, and more.
Apart from this, the studio has launched a TAPE-3 trailer which can be seen attached above. There are a ton of details shown in the newly released trailer so make sure to check it out and share your impressions with us.
The game is expected to be about 15 hours long which is plenty of time for you to get scared. Apart from that, we also get a chance to learn more about the puzzles and enemies that you will encounter in the final game… and hopefully, within the upcoming PC and Xbox One demo. To read up more, head over to the post!
Resident Evil VII is scheduled to release on Jan. 24, 2016 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.
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