Resident Evil Village: in video the PS5 demo played in Italian

Resident Evil Village: in video the PS5 demo played in Italian

Resident Evil Village

Starting from May 7 we will finally be able to play Resident Evil Village, the new chapter of the Capcom horror saga and sequel to Resident Evil 7 Bioharzard. In the meantime, however, we had the opportunity to try the PS5 demo of the game, precisely the one dedicated to the Village, one of the game's settings. The demo has a maximum duration of half an hour and, as you can see from our video, it takes almost every minute to fully explore it.

We remind you that the "first version" of the second Resident Evil Village demo ( dedicated to the Village) will be available starting April 18, 2021 from 19:00 for PS4 and PS5 players. In addition, there will be a second demo dedicated to the Castle, starting April 25, 2021, again at 7pm. Remember that each demo will only be available for eight hours, so you only have one night to try it out. Subsequently, there will be a full version of the demo for all platforms, precisely from May 2nd (02:00) until May 3rd (02:00). This last demo will combine the two sections of the game and give time to one hour.

Resident Evil Village, the PS5 demo dedicated to the Village The PS5 demo of Resident Evil Village puts us in the shoes of Ethan and explains the premise: our character's daughter, Rose, has been kidnapped and we have to save her. For this reason, we find ourselves in a desolate village, in which we get lost. As we explore it, we suddenly meet an old woman.

We leave you at the Resident Evil Village PS5 demo video to find out what happens in this phase of the game. Finally, we remind you that Resident Evil Village goes at 4K and 45 fps on PS5 and Xbox Series X with ray tracing enabled.

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'Resident Evil Village' Demo: Schedule and What to Expect

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Capcom's Resident Evil showcase on Thursday gave fans more information on the upcoming eighth installment of the franchise, Resident Evil Village, including details on an upcoming demo.

Although Resident Evil Village isn't set to release until May, fans will be able to play portions of the game for a limited time.

Unlike the Maiden demo that was released a few months back, this next demo will be straight from the game, giving players a small taste of what they will experience. If you're looking to play the Resident Evil Village demo for yourself, continue reading for all the information.


There will be three sessions for the Resident Evil Village demo, each offering different maps and experiences.

The first session will begin Saturday, April 17, at 8 p.m. EDT for North American players. European players will be able to play Sunday, April 18, at 7 p.m. CEST. This session will last for eight hours, but the demo itself is just 30 minutes long.

Players will be able to play in the village map for this first session.

Resident Evil Village's second demo session will also be just 30 minutes long, but it'll take place in the castle map. That second demo will also be available for eight hours, and it will start in North America on Saturday, April 24, at 8 p.m. EDT. European players will be able to play the second demo on Sunday, April 25, at 7 p.m. CEST.

These first two demo sessions are only available for PS4 and PSa>5 users.

The final demo will encompass both the village and demo maps. It'll be available for 24 hours, but the demo will last for one hour.

North American players can start playing this session on Saturday, May 1, at 8 p.m. EDT. European players will be able to join on Sunday, May 2, at 7 p.m. CEST. This session will be available to not just PlayStation users, but Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S users as well, along with Steam and Google Stadia users.


Fans can expect the same first-person horror-survival game mechanics that the series has become known for.

Capcom's Resident Evil showcase gave some more details and gameplay on what players can expect when they jump into the demos over the next few weekends. You can see for yourself in the showcase footage below.

Resident Evil Village is scheduled to release May 7 for PlayStation, Xbox, PC and Google Stadia.

Are you excited for the upcoming demo? Which is your favorite Resident Evil game? Let us know in the comments section.

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