Resident Evil 7 Celebrates Halloween With An Escape Room Experience Treat

Halloween events are all over the place but this one will definitely entice and scare you as a gamer. Game publisher Capcom in partnership with Los Angeles Echo Park art gallery, iam8bit brings you the newest Resident Evil escape room event.

The Resident Evil 7 event is set to run beginning from October 20 until November 6 which will be specifically held in Los Angeles, California. Note that iam8bit emphasized the importance of punctuality during the said event and suggested that all attendees should be present 15 minutes ahead of schedule. They stressed out that the "experience" starts right on time and they will not issue any refunds for those that will be coming up late.

Aside from the Resident Evil 7 escape room experience, Capcom and iam8bit will also feature an exclusive display of art gallery from the entirety of the game franchise, which will feature all the main characters and main events that have made a considerable impact to the storyline. What's more, the studio will also provide exclusive prints and merchandise for the fans which they can purchase as a form of memorabilia. Take note that these items are limited editions only and are not sold outside the event.

Resident Evil 7 is set to officially launch on Jan. 24 and fans all over the world are already eagerly waiting for its release. The latest iteration of the Resident Evil franchise was met with positive reviews from critics and fans that have tried the demo release both in console and PC. And in the latest announcement made by the game's producer Masachika Kawata, he said that: "we do plan to update the demo on PSN for the players to experience the other aspects of the game. We don't have a fixed date but it will definitely be out before the game comes out."

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