Capcom drops '1-Shot' demo for Resident Evil 2 remake

Capcom drops '1-Shot' demo for Resident Evil 2 remake

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

The Resident Evil 2 remake One Shot demo is live on January 11-13, 2019, but it only offers players a tantalizingly short-lived glimpse into the game.

We learn that over 1,000,000 players enjoyed the demo (to be precise, 1,055,790).

Can I extend the Resident Evil 2 One Shot demo?

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Officially labelled as the Resident Evil 2 1-Shot Demo, players have 30 minutes to clear it before time runs out. As of this writing, though, we have heard rumors that you can replay the demo by launching the demo on a separate account. Note: this demo is available until 1/31/2019.

Naturally, the best choice when confronted with the idea that you can play an extremely short demo a couple of times is to make it even shorter.

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

At the end of the demo, regardless of whether or not you successfully complete it, you'll be treated to an exclusive cinematic trailer. Furthermore, all the action in the Resident Evil 2 demo takes place in Racoon City Police Station, putting you in the role of Leon Kennedy, one of the full game's two protagonists. You won't be able to play the demo again once the time has expired, but you can view the trailer as much as you'd like. Capcom recommends shooting different body parts (like legs) if you want to slow zombies down and preserve ammo.

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