PlayStation 4 gamers have been able to enjoy versions of the Resident Evil 7 demo since June, but gamers of other platforms have been left out in the cold. However, with the announcement of the demo’s third version being announced, the wait will not be much longer for non-PlayStation 4 gamers. Capcom has confirmed that the demo will finally be coming to Xbox One and PC this month, though one before the other.
Xbox gamers will be getting to check out the demo first, as that version will launch on Xbox One on December 9th. PC players will have to wait a little longer, as that version won’t be released until December 19th. The good news for PC gamers, however, is that the game will apparently have an extensive graphics menu for them to tweak the experience to their liking. We’re still waiting on the specifics for that, however.
This version of the demo is already available for PlayStation 4 gamers, which has been dubbed the “Midnight” update. This one takes the experience offered by the first two demos even further, as now gamers can finally see what is on the other side of that creepy door. This version also added PlayStation VR and PlayStation Pro support, allowing you to experience the demo in virtual reality or in 4K, respectively.
Seeing as this is a brand new demo, everyone is still in the midst of trying to figure out everything that has been added this time. This was previously reported as being the game’s final update, which is likely considering that the full game is set to launch in just over a month.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on January 24th, 2017. GameStop most recently showed off the game’s $179.99 collector’s edition, which comes with an 8″ tall mansion music box among several other things. You can learn more about that by clicking right here.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018