'Resident Evil 7' News & Update: 'Resident Evil 7' Demo to Arrive on PC Soon
Another "Resident Evil 7" news and update that will bring joy to the gamers before the holidays come. Although "Resident Evil 7: The Beginning Hour" has been announced exclusive to the PS4 since the game was revealed at E3 2016, the video come is expected to come on PC as well.
"Resident Evil 7: The Beginning Hour" demo, which has been updated twice since the initial release, is expected to come in PC later month, according to PC Gamer. Capcom announced Saturday, Dec. 3, that the PC version will include the final "Midnight" update.
The final update for "Resident Evil 7: The Beginning Hour" has been revealed during PlayStation Experience keynote. Aside from that, its trailer has been shown off to those who attended the event.
The "Resident Evil 7: The Beginning Hour" PC demo released date is set for Dec. 19 with "a multitude of PC-specific settings and graphics options." Meanwhile, the official "Resident Evil 7: The Beginning Hour" release date is set for Jan. 24, 2017. Expect it comes with support for PC-to-Xbox cross-saves and 4K resolutions.
There will be no VR support because the feature is unfortunately exclusive only to PlayStation VR for a year. Speaking of PS4, there are more games have arrived and expected to arrive soon. In a report by Gamespot, "Patapon," "Ni No Kuni 2," "PaRappa the Rapper," and "Loco Roco" are among games expected to be available on PS4 and Playstation Vita.
In an updated report, "PaRappa the Rapper" demo for PS4 is now live on PS4. Meanwhile, "Lara Croft Go" is now available on PS4 and Playstation Vita.
"Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom" is another video game expected to be launched on PS4 in 2017. This news has been confirmed during the PlayStation Experience press conference, and its trailer has been revealed during the event.
Watch the trailer below. For more news and update, keep your tabs on Gamen Guide.