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Today marks the release of two big games: Resident Evil VII: Biohazard and Yakuza 0. The latter is a prequel to SEGA’s popular “Japanese GTA” sandbox games series, which originally launched on PlayStation 3 two years ago and is now coming to PlayStation 4. As for Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, in addition to Sony’s console, the game has been made available on PC and Xbox One. The first reviews of the new Resident Evil suggest that fans have received a really solid survival horror experience.
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard demo is now available on PC. You can get it for free from Steam – it is offered as a separate item called Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour, and serves as a sort of prologue to the actual game. The demo starts with the protagonist waking up in an abandoned hut. With no one around you must find your way out before the night sets. This is obviously just the beginning of a terrifying story, as you would expect from a Resident Evil game.
Although there is still much time until the release of Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, Capcom has decided to share its PC specs anyway. The game’s minimum and recommended system requirements were revealed on its Steam page. It is noted, however, that the product is still under development, so the requirements are prone to change. Resident Evil VII: Biohazard is going to offer classic survival horror experience with less action and more scary moments. What’s new to this cult series is the use of first-person perspective, which makes the next installment somewhat similar to Outlast, SOMA, and many other recent horror games.