PC players have bypassed Resident Evil Villages 60 minute demo timer – Rock Paper Shotgun

This final demo for Resident Evil Village is the very first that’s been readily available on PC. It lets you check out a few of the snowy village that lead character Ethan Winters end up in and Castle Dimitrescu above it. You can catch Matthew’s thoughts on the Castle side of the demo down below from when it was offered on the PS5. He also played the Village half prior to that.

You’re just expected to be able to play the demo for an overall of 60 minutes, but of course PC gamers have discovered a method around that already.

You’re only supposed to be able to play the demonstration for an overall of 60 minutes, but of course PC gamers have discovered a method around that already. You can capture Matthew’s thoughts on the Castle side of the demonstration down below from when it was offered on the PS5. Based on Matthew’s time with different halves of the demonstration, it sounds like 60 minutes probably is sufficient time to get through both areas if you ‘d like. The 2 demo areas might not truly be all that long, however the timed element of it appeared a bit silly anyhow.

The 2 demo areas may not truly be all that long, but the timed aspect of it appeared a bit ridiculous anyhow. If we’re getting a limited section of the game to play, what’s the damage in spending nevertheless long we like in it? If nothing else, I wager there are folks eager to roam around and take shots with the photo mode.

I am one of those folks. I lost about 5 minutes taking a look at lacy curtains in each space.


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The Village & Castle demo is readily available now through May 10th at 1am BST (May 9th at 5pm PDT). Resident Evil Village’s complete launch is this Friday, May 7th over on Steam.

If you’re keen to experiment with both halves yourself, the demo is offered over on Steam. You’ll see the timer ticking down in your pause menu showing how numerous minutes you have actually left to play as soon as you download and boot it up. It does stop briefly if you pull up your Steam overlay, by the by, but not while you’re sitting around the in pause menu, I discovered.

Based on Matthew’s time with different halves of the demo, it sounds like 60 minutes most likely is sufficient time to get through both locations if you ‘d like.

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