This final demo for Resident Evil Village will still only let players play for a total of 60 minutes between the Village Demo and the Castle Demo, which were separated by a week for PS5 players in their exclusive first demos.
While some took issue with the 30-minute limit for each of the first two demos, the biggest complaint was its 8-hour window of availability. These demos started at 5pm PT/8pm ET/1 am BST, which is late in the day in North America for most and even later for those in Europe and elsewhere.
If you were busy or sleeping or otherwise unable to spend time on your PS5, you were out of luck and could not try the demo at all.Fortunately, Capcom heard the feedback and will make it a bit more convenient for those with different schedules and life responsibilities.
For more on Resident Evil Village, which is set to be released on May 7, 2021, check out the great reference to Resident Evil 4 you will be able to see in the demo, all of the game’s villains, and our thoughts after five hours of trying out the latest entry in the horror franchise.
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