Nov 10, 2016 08:53 PM EST
Final Teasers for 'Resident Evil 7' Reveals New Demo Date
The recently launched "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard" teasers revealed many scenarios -- from the green herb application to the yellow balloon puzzle solving. The ninth trailer is called Shadow and the tenth trailer is named Aunt Rody, which are the latest teaser trailers that were revealed along with a new demo.
As what the usual trailers have in common, Shadow did not give too much information about the storyline, but there were zombie-like characters that attacked the players in a dim-lit environment. The protagonist can be seen firing negligible unproductive gunshots to the enemy, while not showing the character's advantages. The trailer also showed a good lighting technique and an ambient environment for its storyline.
The Shadow trailer also revealed that the enemies cannot be stopped by bullets, while the second teaser showed an elderly woman who is singing the creepy theme song of the game. Capcom is expecting a strong lifetime sales of "Biohazard", and an expectation of 4 million ships during its launch window. This is also the same amount of downloads that the game's demo has already reached, according to Game Spot.
The second trailer can be described as more fascinating, as it shows a wheelchair-bound Aunt Rody whose fun-loving attitude negates what can be so far noticed from the Baker family. The character paused the song that was playing, then the video stops thus revealing an expected new demo date, according to PC Gamer.
However, the demo is exclusively made for PS4 and there is a hope that the next one will come out in PC in as early as December 2016. On top of it all, Resident Evil 7 will be released on January 24, 2017 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Fans will surely experience a new series of creepy adventures upon the launch of this new edition of "Resident Evil 7".
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