Capcom may have more plans for the Resident Evil 7 demo than anyone could have guessed. As the ‘Beginning Hour’ teaser passes over 3 million downloads on the PS4, Capcom has released an update changing some aspects, and even adding new items to find.
Called Twilight and available now, the update “expands on what you can do and explore,” Capcom teases on the PlayStation Blog. This includes changes as small as parts of the house looking a different from how they did before, to things as large as entire new areas to explore.
And best of all, the developer is also dropping the PS Plus requirement to download the demo. “Now is your chance to investigate on your own, as both newcomers and veterans of Beginning Hour will be able to see what’s changed in the run-down rooms and decrepit corridors.”
Capcom has also released a new trailer and changed the final game’s Digital Deluxe version. While it was originally $80 in North America and came with the season pass off two DLC story episodes, the Digital Deluxe version is now $90 and comes with a total of three additional story episodes. Anyone that already pre-ordered will receive the new season pass without any additional charge. This is on top of all the in-game items already included in the pre-order.
“Down in Dulvey, Louisiana lies an old, derelict plantation house that looks like it hasn’t seen use in years. It turns out someone is home, though – meet the Baker family and get a glimpse at what’s to come,” the trailer’s description reads.
Resident Evil 7 will come to PS4, PSVR, Xbox One, and PC January 24.