Capcom has announced that they will be releasing a limited time demo for Resident Evil Village, the demo will allow users to play up to an hour of the game. […]
Capcom has announced that they will be releasing a limited time demo for Resident Evil Village, the demo will allow users to play up to an hour of the game. The demo will let you explore the castle or the village, you will also be able to select both. The demo will be available from the 17th of April 2021 at 17:00 PT to the 18th of April 2021 at 01:00 PT and on the 24th of April 2021 at 17:00 PT to the 25th of April 2021 at 01:00 PT as early access for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users. The demo will be available from the 1st of May 2021 at 17:00 PT to the 2nd of May 2021 at 17:00 PT for all platforms. Capcom also confirmed that the Mercenaries mode will be returning in Resident Evil Village.
Details via Capcom:
Experience survival horror like never before in Resident Evil Village, the eighth major installment in the genre-defining Resident Evil franchise. Set a few years after the horrifying events in the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, the all-new storyline brings Ethan Winters to a remote snow-capped village filled with a diverse cast of terrifying enemies. After a devastating encounter with Resident Evil series hero Chris Redfield, Ethan pursues him in search of answers but finds himself in an entirely new nightmare.
Modern console technology paired with Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine deliver a visceral experience combining pulse-pounding action with signature survival horror gameplay synonymous with the Resident Evil series. Harnessing the newest console technology, Resident Evil Village delivers stunning graphics and advanced technology on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. New gameplay features harken back to fan-favorite elements from previous Resident Evil games while new mechanics offer more depth to the action during combat.
– A New Chapter in the Resident Evil Storyline – This eighth major installment in the flagship Resident Evil series continues the story from the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard. With the return of popular features and introduction of new elements, survival horror has never been so intense.
– Popular Resident Evil Features – Fans might recognize new features in Resident Evil Village that are nods to previous Resident Evil games including a merchant dubbed “The Duke” who allows players to purchase and sell items, buy recipes for crafting consumables, and customize weapons.
– The Mercenaries Are Back – The fan-favorite, battle-the-clock extra game mode, “The Mercenaries,” makes its return with new features. Now players have the option to buy and upgrade weapons from The Duke, and acquire abilities that enhance weapons and physical capabilities to offer more depth and replay value.
– Familiar Faces and New Foes – Resident Evil series Chris Redfield returns under a shroud of seemingly sinister motives. Ethan will also encounter a host of new adversaries inhabiting the enigmatic village, all with their own distinctive attacks.
– Evolution of Combat – In addition to engaging and attacking enemies, Ethan can also now guard against incoming attacks, or kick enemies away to buy time for his next move, requiring players to further strategize the best approach for surviving the many challenges ahead.
– 25th Anniversary Celebration Bonus – As a thank you to fans, Resident Evil Village will include access to a free multiplayer experience titled Resident Evil Re:Verse, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. An all-star cast of fan-favorite Resident Evil characters face off in four to six-player deathmatch battles in iconic series locations.
– Latest Console Technology – RE Engine paired with new technologies available via PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S delivers hyper-detailed graphics, advanced immersive audio and little to no load times, bringing the shadowy village and its evocative residents to life in first person perspective.
– Play Across Generations – Resident Evil Village will be eligible to upgrade free from PlayStation 4 to the digital PlayStation 5 version and will support Smart Delivery for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles.
Output Resolution and Expected Frame Rate
– PlayStation 5 – 4K HDR at 60 frames per second
– PlayStation 5 (when Ray Tracing is turned on) – 4K HD at 45 frames per second
– PlayStation 4 Pro – 1080p at 60 frames per second
– PlayStation 4 Pro (when set to high resolution) – 4K HDR at 30 frames per second
– PlayStation 4 – 900p at 45 frames per second
– Xbox Series X – 4K HDR at 60 frames per second
– Xbox Series X (when Ray Tracing is turned on) – 4K HD at 45 frames per second
– Xbox Series S – 1440p HDR at 45 frames per second
– Xbox Series S (when Ray Tracing is turned on) – 1440p HDR at 30 frames per second
– Xbox One X – 1080p at 60 frames per second
– Xbox One X (when set to high resolution) – 4K HDR at 30 frames per second
– Xbox One – 900p at 30 frames per second
– Stadia – 1080p at 60 frames per second or 4K at 60 frames per second (note: 4K is upscaled using dynamic resolution)
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