Despite only being available for PlayStation Plus subscribers, the short teaser has proven to be incredibly popular on Sony’s platform.
First released alongside the game’s surprise announcement at E3 2016, the ‘Beginning Hour’ is intended as a prologue, and will not be a part of Resident Evil 7.
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Played through a first-person perspective, the demo has you trapped in a creepy abandoned house as you search desperately for an exit.
It appears the teaser holds a number of a interesting mysteries, many of which remain unsolved, such as the dastardly dummy finger.
Resident Evil 7 will be playable in its entirety through the medium of Playstation VR, meaning you can immerse yourself completely in the terrifying atmosphere.
From what we’ve seen so far this could a brave reinvention of the classic franchise, taking us back to its beloved survival horror roots.
Resident Evil 7 will be launching for PS4, Xbox One and PC on January 24. 2017. Fingers crossed it’s better than Umbrella Corps.