During today’s Capcom Spotlight, they shared some more exciting news about Resident Evil 4. Apparently, there’s a new demo available now! What’s great about this demo is that players can try out the first part of the remake without any restrictions like time limits or limited play times. This is a big deal since Resident Evil 4 is a beloved classic that set a high standard for gaming, and now fans can dive back into it without any constraints.
If you’re a fan of Resident Evil 4, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a new Chainsaw Demo available. This demo lets you play as Leon S. Kennedy and experience the beginning of the game where he enters a European village that quickly turns into a terrifying nightmare filled with insane villagers. This isn’t the first time Capcom has released a demo ahead of a game’s launch – they did the same for Resident Evil 2 Remake and Resident Evil 3 Remake in 2019 and 2020 respectively. Last month, Capcom announced that a demo for the upcoming Resident Evil 4 remake was on the way, and now it’s finally here!
The upcoming Resident Evil 4 remake looks to be the most ambitious entry in the series to date, and that’s reflected in its titanic file size. Compared to previous games in the series, the remake will be huge, weighing in at a whopping 67.2 GB. This easily surpasses the previous record set by Resident Evil Village. Keep in mind that file sizes may vary depending on the platform, but it’s safe to say that the game will be around 67 GB on all next-gen consoles.
If you’re excited to get your hands on the Resident Evil 4 remake, you can pre-order it now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. The Chainsaw Demo will also be available on these platforms. The game is set to release on March 24th.