In the PS5 demo, players won’t be assuming the role of Ethan Winters, instead, we will be filling the shoes of a character that goes by The Maiden. Check out our first look at the demo below.
The demo for the new generation of PlayStation systems is unique to the PS5, meaning the demo that other platform players play will be different. For this particular early access period, however, players will encounter a different kind of experience: No combat, no wares, just the one objective of escaping a deadly castle before it’s too late.
Now that the showcase is a wrap, the PS5 demo is available today. For other platforms, Capcom also confirmed that a separate play period will be coming soon “sometime in Spring.” While not an exact date, it is nice to know that everyone will get a chance to get some hands-on time with the future of Resident Evil before it launches later this year.
What are your thoughts on everything revealed today about Resident Evil Village? Are you excited to see Ethan once more with some new faces, as well? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below!
As for the game itself, Resident Evil Village arrives on May 7, 2021 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.