the playable demo could arrive tonight!

Will Capcom roll out a playable demo for the Resident Evil 4 remake? If we are to believe the advertisements spotted by users on Twitch, everything suggests that this demo will be available this evening, after the conference of the Japanese publisher.

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As you may know, Resident Evil 4 Remake is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC this March 24, 2023. With this project, Capcom wants to give a second life to this cult episode, which has upset the codes established by the license itself.

With Resident Evil 4, the character’s fixed shots and distant camera give way to a much more dynamic TPS-style shoulder view. This remake will obviously use this camera, but will not forget to improve the overall formula of the titlewith modernized gameplay, never-before-seen sequences and a total graphic overhaul of course.

This time, we are developing the game with the aim of offering an exceptional level of quality up to what we can expect from a survival horror in 2023, while preserving the essence of the original game”. explained Edvin Edso, producer of Capcom.

A playable demo of RE 4 Remake available tonight?

While waiting for the title to arrive, Capcom has made an appointment with fans this Thursday, March 9, 2023 in the evening for a new conference centered around the next titles from the Japanese publisher. In particular, we should have the right to new images of Resident Evil 4 Remake, Exoprimal or even Monster Hunter Rise DLC.

However, our little finger tells us that Capcom has a surprise for the fans after this event. In fact, it’s a safe bet that the publisher immediately released a playable demo of Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Why that ? Several streamers on Twitch have noticed advertisements on the platform announcing the immediate availability of the famous playable demo. As you will have understood, users quickly deduced that the playable demo would be available this evening, after the Capcom conference.

In itself, this is nothing crazy since the Japanese publisher has a habit of quickly offering playable demos of its titles after their presentation. This was for example the case for Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil Village.

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