Attention fans of Resident Evil, as part of Tokyo Game Show 2016, Capcom announced that the demo of Resident Evil 7 biohazard, Beginning Hour, will be upgraded to the “Twilight” version today on September 15.
Resident Evil 7 will gain a new free demo, the second after the first one that was released during E3 2016 in June. The Beginning Hour demo will receive an update with new content and will not require subscription of PS Plus to play. Simply called as Twilight, this new version will be available on today only for PS4.
So this new demo will allow players to explore the mysterious abandoned mansion, some answers to the mysteries that are still unresolved and more. This demo will be available for all users of PlayStation 4 and does not require PlayStation Plus to access the update.
But the surprises do not end there, because Capcom also released a new trailer for Resident Evil 7, where the Baker family welcomes players. The video reveals new details and some other eccentricities which we will not comment, so that you can enjoy the surprises.
Resident Evil 7: Beggining Hour broke the most downloaded demo ever in the first seven days of release in North America on the PS4. Capcom has announced that the demo recently passed the 3 million downloads worldwide since its release.
Finally, Capcom announced an update on prices and content of the special edition of Resident Evil 7. The Deluxe Version, which previously included the base and the Season Pass of the game with 2 extra episodes of history, now have a third episode. Therefore, the price of this edition will increase from $79.99 USD to $89.99 USD on September 15. Those who took the initial price, will also enjoy the third content at no additional cost.
Resident Evil 7 bioharzard will debut on January 24, 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.