Capcom just released a Resident Evil 4 Remake demo

A screenshot shows Leon and Ashley together as they appear in the new remake.

screenshot: Capcom

Today while Capcom’s latest online spotlight evenTthe publisher officially announced and released a demo for the upcoming one Resident Evil 4 make new.

This demo isn’t super shocking news as fans discovered and saw it earlier today Ads on Twitch for a then unannounced RE4 remake demo, which seemingly spoiled the surprise Capcom had planned for today’s event. And Capcom told us so too back in February that it had plans to release a demo but didn’t reveal any further details at the time.

The new demo, which will be released today, takes place at the beginning of the game in the legendary ambush of the village. The demo is called Chainsaw Demo and is available now PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S and PC. And no, that’s not a typo. Capcom is skipping Xbox One for this reissue.

Capcom confirmed this contrary to some previous ones resident Evil Demos, this new Chainsaw demo has no time limit and can be played as many times as you like. I expect to play it often I am preparing to buy Resident Evil 4 everything again. Once again. (Once again.)

That long rumour RE4 Remake coming out soon

It has been rumored for years that Resident Evil 4 make new was officially announced by Capcom in 2022. This upcoming remake will update the game’s controls and combat, while largely preserving the basic story and characters. As in the original, Leon S Kennedy travels to a rural part of Western Europe to save the president’s daughter. In doing so, of course, he gets involved in a whole lot of campy, terrifying action.

A change we recently learned aboutT This is how Capcom tweaks the knife in the game. Capcom just didn’t want the knife be that Weapon of last resort designed that way in the original and added more functionality to allow players to parry attacks.

Resident Evil 4The remake of will be released on March 24th for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PS4 and PC. The demo is now available on the same platforms. Capcom just released a Resident Evil 4 Remake demo

Curtis Crabtree

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