CAPCOM’s Resident Evil 2 Time-Limited Demo is Now Available

How To Remove 30 Minutes Limitation

The Resident Evil 2 demo in Japan is less sticky and icky

It'll set you back a fair chunk of GB, and you only have thirty minutes to get as far as you can.

With the demo in full swing for the Resident Evil 2 remake, players that were dedicated to staying to the very end (though not hard, it's a 30 minute demo) were gifted with a special treat: A new trailer revealing the familiar "faces" of Hunk and Tofu. Although there is no firm information on Xbox One and PC, the download size should also be similar.

The Resident Evil 2 1-Shot Demo which we originally discovered back in December is now available to download. With the full game out on January 25, Capcom announced a Resident Evil 2 demo to give fans an idea of what to expect.

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Naturally, the best choice when confronted with the idea that you can play an extremely short demo a few times is to make it even shorter. Capcom has put this restriction in place to ensure the in-game 30-minute timer isn't circumvented by any means. From its system requirements to game modes, here's what you need to know. It's no surprise, then, that over 1.1 million gamers have played the demo in the two days since launch, that is according to Resident Evil's official website. It's been confirmed that you can die in the demo and still continue - the only limitation is that 30 minute clock. You have unlimited tries and you can't repeat it when you're done.

Finishing the Resident Evil 2 demo unlocks a new trailer for you to watch.

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