If anyone is curious about the spinoff of Resident Evil called Umbrella Corps, but really is not sure to purchase, it is now available in its demo version for all players of PlayStation 4.
If you are curious to try Umbrella Corps for yourself, the spin-off of the Resident Evil franchise from a point of view in the purest shooter style, you can now try it, as Capcom has released a demo of the game on PS4.
The trial came to PlayStation Store (US/UK) today and will remain available to players only until 11:59pm PDT on Saturday, July 23 (7:59am Sunday, July 24 in the UK). The demo will let you play all you want for 48 hours, and to continue using it you will have to pay $30 which is the costs of this title’s release.
The demo, which you can download from PlayStation Network will require 3.7GB of available space on the hard disk. The title has not achieved the intended success, and the release of the demo of Umbrella Corps is a movement to try to approach a larger audience.
Capcom also said that all content will be enabled for the players, both game modes and maps, which even includes the DLC of Spencer Mansion a newcomer to this shooter release.
During the games in this demo, players will coexist online with current players who are already having the game, and although Umbrella Corps also reached the PC, this trial period is only exclusive to PlayStation 4.
Meanwhile, Resident Evil 7, announced at E3 2016, is scheduled to arrive in January 2017 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.