Xbox One and PC users will soon be able to play the latest update of "Resident Evil biohazard Teaser: Beginning Hour" demo, which is called "Midnight," as the said update will be available on both devices this December. The new game is also very terrifying to play.
According to Capcom's blog post, the complete version of "Resident Evil 7's Midnight" demo will be available to Xbox One users on December 9 and to PC users on December 16. The PC version of the demo will also have a lot of PC-specific settings and graphic options, to allow the players to adjust the game's specifications more to their preferences.
The "Resident Evil 7 Midnight" demo, which already came out to PlayStation with various modes and support, will allow players to "finally see how everything comes together." Xbox One and PC players will soon be able to know what's causing the terrifying noises from beyond the mold-covered door.
Speaking of Terrifying, Philip Kollar of Polygon just shared how terrifying it is to play "Resident Evil 7." He said that "there here were more than a few moments during the demo when I jumped in my seat, screamed or started spouting swear words as the intensity ramped up."
He said that "Resident Evil 7's" method of continuously twisting the narrative and constantly coming up with new creations is what terrified him. He adds that the game's reliance on more natural in-game sounds than music also made it scarier.
The howling sound of the wind and the creaking noise of the house contribute greatly in increasing the tension and uncertainty of the game. It makes players think if the sound they hear is coming from the enemy, the "Molded," a zombie-like creature that's faster, or some other monster that have yet to be seen.
With "Resident Evil 7 biohazard" scheduled to be released on January 24, 2017, fans and players will surely be in for a scary and terrifying experience. For now, fans will have to make do with the "Midnight" demo update of the game.