The Resident Evil 3 remake is just a couple of weeks away but Capcom is allowing players to experience a taste of that horror ahead of launch. Unlike the "One Shot" demo that premiered ahead of Resident Evil 2 in 2019, you aren't limited in how many times you can play this demo. As a result, it's a good way to familiarize yourself with the new controls and some of the new action-oriented abilities you have — which you'll need against the terrifying threat of Nemesis.
The demo goes live on March 19 and should now be available in all regions on Xbox One. The Steam link is also live.
How to download the Resident Evil 3 demo on Xbox One
- Go to the Xbox Store.
- If you don't see the demo there, use the search function.
- When you see it, select the demo.
- Hit download.
The demo is roughly 7.47GB in size, so make sure you have that much free space.
How to download the Resident Evil 3 demo on PC
- Open Steam.
If you don't see it on the front page, search the store.
Alternatively, you can just click here since the link is up.
After completing the demo, you'll get to see an exclusive new trailer. Resident Evil 3 is scheduled to release on April 3, 2020 for Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4.
A glorious remake
Resident Evil 3 is back and more gorgeous than ever. The package not only includes the remake of the original game, but the multiplayer game Project Resistance, as well.
Update: March 19, 2020 Updated with the latest links.
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