Resident Evil Village VR Mode gets a new gameplay trailer

Demo confirmed on launch date.

Next week, PlayStation fans will be thrilled to experience a brand new gaming world with the launch of PS VR2. Leading up to its release date, Capcom is making sure gamers have something special waiting for them: Resident Evil Village! With an update releasing simultaneously on launch day that enables full gameplay in virtual reality, players can prepare themselves by watching the newly released trailer from Capcom and get ready for terrifying immersion into evil’s domain.

Resident Evil Village is bringing forth an exciting new Virtual Reality mode that promises to transport players into the world of survival horror. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, this immersive experience will put gamers toe-to-toe with enemies and bosses through combat as well as access exclusive features displayed within the VR trailer at the top of this article.

Capcom is inviting gamers to take a ride in the upcoming Resident Evil Village’s immersive VR Mode! An opportunity for free demo access on February 22 will be available for those wanting an exhilarating preview before fully experiencing what this spooky installment has to offer.

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