Resident Evil 2 '1-shot' demo coming this week

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The Resident Evil 2 Remake demo follows Leon as he arrives at the Raccoon City Police Station. Whatever you do, an in-game timer will constantly tick down from 30 minutes.

The Resident Evil 2 Remake 1-Shot Demo has a release date, finally, having been previously leaked.

BUT, you only have 30 minutes. What's more is, the demo ends with a brand new cinematic trailer for Resident Evil 2.

Announced by Capcom, this 1-Shot Demo will give players one chance and 30 minutes to try out the remake of the 1998 horror classic. While you'll be locked out of playing once that time limit is up, if you unlocked the trailer you'll be able to watch it as many times as you want afterward.

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Players will be put in the shoes of rookie cop Leon Kennedy as he explores the terror that has overtaken Raccoon City Police Department.

While the demo will only last 30 minutes, players will be able to continue if they die. He must survive the zombie hordes while finding a way out of the station. Just pull up your platform's digital storefront, search for Resident Evil 2, and you should find it. Capcom hasn't revealed how much storage space you'll need for the download; the full game's approximate size is listed as 21.07GB on the Microsoft Store, so it shouldn't be any bigger than that. The idea of a time-limited trial isn't exactly new (see the trial periods that Origin Access users get), but this sounds like it's trying to capture the feel of a show-floor demo.

Given that so few games even do demos nowadays, it's nice to see something a little bit different done with the idea.

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