Resident Evil Revelations demo now available on Steam

Resident Evil: Revelations

By on May 15, 2013 at 5:54 pm

With Resident Evil Revelations fast approaching its May 24 release date, Capcom have released a demo for the game onto Steam — which you can grab here.

The game originally started life as a Nintendo 3DS title, and has since been overhauled with HD graphics and tweaked for the PC. You can check out the PC specs and look at some screenshots by clicking here. It’s been one of the few Resident Evil games in recent years to actually get a positive reception from fans and critics alike, so it’ll be interesting to see how well it holds up when it finally launches.

Source: Steam News

4 comments (Leave your own)

Mouse acceleration is God Awful, I was going to pre-order this one until I played the demo too. I figure If I have more difficulty fighting the controls than the on-screen enemies then there’s something wrong.
If they release a patch or a fan made fix is found between now and then I may reconsider.

 
GeneralHerpes.

A PC demo? A DEMO? Now that’s rare now days. I thought the new word for demos was beta’s.

 

generalherpes:
A PC demo? A DEMO? Now that’s rare now days. I thought the new word for demos was beta’s.

That’s a demo you have to pay for and cover part of the developer’s QA costs.

 

Mouse acceleration is terrible, but tried it with a controller and the game feels better.

Hope they can make a patch to get mouse to work ok.

 
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