Capcom Expanded Resident Evil Village After fans complained that game opportunities were too tight, the multi-platform demo window was increased by another week.
You may have noticed that Capcom organized a particularly complicated schedule for the second Resident Evil Village demo, allowing you to play part of the game for up to 30 minutes.
At the time of release, many players complained that the window for playing the demo was too tight, and because the publisher’s schedule was too clumsy, they didn’t really respect their time.
Well, there seems to be someone listening at Capcom, because the company announced that it will significantly expand the demo window on the third (and final!) weekend.
We have received your feedback and are extending the last 60 minutes of multi-platform availability #REVillage Demo.
The original 24-hour window from May 1st Pacific Daylight Time on May 1st (May 2nd 1AM BST) has been increased by one week and now ends at the same time on May 9th PDT (May 10 BST). pic.twitter.com/8VKEU8bMnu
-Resident Evil (@RE_Games) April 26, 2021
Previously, the company only planned to let you play with Castle Dimitrescu in the village of the same name for 60 minutes from May 1st. The previous demo was exclusive to PlayStation, but the demo will be on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Steam and Stadia (and PS4 and PS5).
The revised schedule allows you to play anytime, anywhere until the demo expires on May 9th (after the game is released), which is fun. This increases the available game time for a whole week-making it easier to schedule.
Timed presentations are a good idea in theory, and are largely inspired by the one-click presentation of “Resident Evil 2” since 2019. However, in fact, it does not apply to the busy international gaming community.
“Resident Evil Village” will be launched on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia on May 7.
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