Resident Evil VII: Biohazard E3 gameplay trailer and demo released

By ·June 14, 2016 3:53 pm

“She’s back” – The first words spoken in Capcom’s newly revealed trailer for Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, the next main installment in the long running, hugely popular horror survival series.

Those of you with access to a PS4 will be happy to know that the demo for Resident Evil VII, titled: Beginning Hour, is now available, exclusively on Playstation Network. Capcom have obviously taken a lot of inspiration from the P.T. demo for Silent Hills (no longer in development), and believe us when we say that it is a very good choice. We’re sure that horror fans will be intrigued and terrified when playing this game, especially if they are doing so while using the Playstation VR Mode.

If the trailer and the demo is anything to go by, Resident Evil VII looks like it will be  a much welcomed return to form for the franchise, which arguably lost its way after Resident Evil IV. Fans of the horror genre haven’t had a truly horrific gaming experience for quite some time, and with the cancellation of Silent Hills (a game we genuinely looked forward to), Resident Evil VII looks like it could be the game that reinvigorates the fear in modern horror gaming.

The only setting we have seen so far is the interior of a derelict house and the grounds around said house (presumably), and it remains to be seen if this will be the sole location for the game, merely one of many, or if the house is purely for the demo. Whatever the case, we can’t wait to see what this game has to offer, what story we follow, and of course, what delightful horrors this game unleashes upon us.

Resident Evil VII is coming to PS4 (with PS VR Mode), Xbox One, and PC on Tuesday, January 24, 2017.

Image Credits: Capcom.

Written by Oliver Ducker

Gaming and Comics Writer

Oliver is a graduate of computer science and games development, and an aspiring 2D and 3D graphic artist.

He is a huge fan of villains, anti-villains, and anti-heroes in media.
His specialist subjects involve The Punisher, Deadpool, Batman and his Rogues Gallery, Pokémon, LOST, and Middle-Earth.

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