The Resident Evil 2 remake uses the proprietary Capcom RE Engine and will offer a brand new take on the classic survival horror game with new scenarios and other interesting changes. Keep in mind that all players who have a PlayStation 4, an Xbox One or a PC and have access to the Internet can download it.
The "1-shot" demo will let you play the game for 30 minutes, but thats it.
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It seems a very unusual decision to put a 30-minute time limit on a demo like this, but I guess you could argue that it will keep fans chomping at the bit to experience the full game. A new cinematic trailer will play at the end of your time and then that's it. Unlike the demo, the trailer can be viewed multiple times. This means interested fans can still give the demo a try even after the full game's launch. Capcom says you'll have a certain mission objective to complete and you're free to start the demo over again if you accomplish it or die horribly. However, the demo's unique "1-shot" format also limits the total amount of time available to players.
Resident Evil 2 releases for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on January 25th, 2019.
The demo places players in the Raccoon City Police Department as Leon Kennedy. What do you think about its time restrictions? The announcement did not mention an Xbox version, but as the original leak came from Microsoft, it is probably safe to assume the demo will be making an appearance on that platform as well. Second, in its passage, the user will be allotted only 30 minutes.