There is at smallest one mystery in the Resident Evil 4 remake “Chainsaw Demo” that troupes have yet to figure out. Capcom shadow-dropped the Resident Evil 4 re-creation “Chainsaw Demo” a few days ago, and one would think enthusiasts have picked it apart for all its price by now; even the modders have gotten the Resident Evil 4 remake demo working in VR previously.
Followers of the series seem to be enjoying the demo – for those who take not tried it out yet, it is free to play, substantially replayable, and without any time restrictions. One player found a method to gain a hidden weapon in the Resident Evil 4 demo by dipping all their gear at the village area gate and stocking it in a secluded underground area. It will be stimulating to see if this also works in the game properly. Thankfully there isn’t much longer to wait until the ready releases on March 24.
There is a protected drawer in the village area of the Resident Evil 4 demo that the unknown has been able to open. It could only be that the key required to open it is found later on in the game yonder the end of the “Chainsaw Demo,” but there is an unimportant yet exciting possibility that the key is unseen somewhere just waiting to be discovered by a persistent gamer.
Another likelihood is that it will be opa la via a lockpicking mechanic a la Resident Evil Village, but that’s just rumor at this time.
The Resident Evil 4 “Chainsaw Demo” was a nice amazement, and it seems the hype train for the game is full condensation ahead. The game certainly looks like it is going to live up to the lofty outlooks of fans at this point – a hard task, in light of the datum that the original Resident Evil 4 is measured by many fans and critics to be the greatest game in the series. For a series that boasts dozens of games including derivatives and remakes, this is quite t, the achievement.
Unfortunately, it’s not completely sunshine and roses since physical copies of Resident Evil 4 have been spotted in the wild. Those who demand to avoid spoilers be warned that there are unprincipled gamers who would shamelessly ruin the game for others by sharing game footage and serious plot information.
It’s not like games haven’t leaked early before, but it’s always unfortunate and annoying for players who want to experience the Resident Evil remake in all its splendor on their terms. Resident Evil 4 will issue on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S scheduled March 24.
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