New 'Resident Evil 2' Remake Trailer Brings Hunk and Tofu Center Stage

Ruben Fields
January 13, 2019

Capcom has reportedly reimagined some portions of the game in order to surprise veteran players.

The new demo for the Resident Evil 2 remake is here, giving players a chance to finally dive into the game and try it out. We've confirmed that this is indeed possible, so you do have the option of replaying the demo, though you will need a separate account to play it on.

There's no official release time, but the demo has already gone live in Australia.

ORIGINAL: Resident Evil 2 Remake's special "1-shot" demo is about to be released by Capcom.

This means Resident Evil 2 Remake demo should be available around midday in the UK. The demo will be available on the PS Store, Microsoft Store, and Steam for download.

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Interestingly, in light of the game's much-publicised time constraints, the completion rate sits at 28 percent - which sounds about right for what the demo actually contains. Upon completing the demo, you will be given a new cinematic trailer to watch.

Do you plan to check out the Resident Evil 2 demo?

The aptly named "1-Shot Demo" gives players just 30 minutes to complete a mission in Raccoon City.

Given that this is a free demo, it's tough to call this piracy - but the trainer does come courtesy of a notable crack group, so you're on your own if you want to track down the program. The approximate playtime is 30 minutes and it ends if players do not clear it before the time runs out.

You should also check your inventory often, with time stopping when you're in the menu screens.

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