Resident Evil 2 Remake 1-Shot Demo Discovered on the Xbox Store
TrueAchievements discovered a description in the Xbox store which reveals that a 30-minute “one-shot” demo for the new Resident Evil 2 remake from Capcom is arriving at the beginning of 2019. This demo won’t end if you die, but rather if the timer runs out, this gives gamers the option to either feel the atmosphere of the game, or attempt to speed run the game’s opening sections.
According to the Xbox store description, this demo will be available until 1/31/2019, and you must be signed in and have an active internet connection to play. The Resident Evil 2 remake arrives on January 25th 2019. This demo will arrive on January 11th and will be removed from the Xbox store on January 31st.
The complete Resident Evil 2 Xbox store description says the following:
Resident Evil 2 1-Shot Demo
“This specially tuned demo allows you to experience the newly reimagined Resident Evil 2, but be warned: whilst you can continue as many times as you like after dying, you’ll only have 30 MINUTES to complete the demo. Take in the horror atmosphere at your own pace, or make a desperate dash to solve all the puzzles Raccoon Police Department has to offer? The choice is yours! Originally released in 1998, Resident Evil 2, one of the most iconic games of all time, returns completely reimagined for next-gen consoles. – Play individual campaigns for both Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield using an all new 3rd person view – Explore the zombie infested areas of Raccoon City, now stunningly re-built using Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine. – New puzzles, storylines and areas”
Capcom began in Japan in 1979 as a manufacturer and distributor of electronic game machines. In 1983 Capcom Co., Ltd was founded and soon built a reputation for introducing cutting-edge technology and software to the video game market. Now an industry leader in the video game industry for 25 years, Capcom’s legacy of historic franchises in home and arcade gaming are testaments to an unparalleled commitment to excellence.
Building on its origins as a game machine manufacturer, Capcom is now involved in all areas of the video game industry and has offices in Tokyo, Osaka, California, England, Germany and Hong Kong.