‘Resident Evil 2' Remake Demo To Be Released Together With 'Resident Evil 7: Biohazard' Official Launch

It has not been long since a news was released saying that the remake of the popular horror video game, “Resident Evil 2” has been confirmed once again and will be pushed through. Prior to that news, there were rumors spreading within fans that Capcom was planning to drop the said video game remake as it has already been overshadowed by another upcoming “Resident Evil” video game.

After almost being forgotten thanks to Capcom earnestly promoting “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard”, the “Resident Evil 2” remake has finally reemerged and has been said that it will be released soon. There were speculations that the video game remake will be launched alongside with the new “Resident Evil 7” video game. But now, a fresher speculation has surfaced after a Reddit member noticed something and made a discovery related to the anticipated remake.

Reddit member that goes by the username, zisforzombies has posted what seems to be a hint on just when and how fans will get a hands on the “Resident Evil 2” remake. The said member uploaded a screenshot from the opening sequence of “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard”, emphasizing a certain code that was the same as the product code of “Resident Evil: Director’s Cut”, which was released in September 1997 and actually included a playable demo of the original “Resident Evil 2” game. With that said, fans are now speculating and eagerly expecting that the release of “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” will come with the demo of the remake of “Resident Evil 2”.

Though these are still speculations, the find was actually a ray of hope for fans of the survival horror video game series. Capcom has already released a demo for “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” called “Resident Evil 7 Teaser: Beginning Hour” that included regular updates. The said upcoming game is set to make a worldwide release on Jan. 24 this year, which will be available for MS Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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