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Resident Evil 7 Gets Creepy TV Premiere

Capcom has released a new TV spot premier for its upcoming horror game, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The spot runs for just 30 seconds but is creepy enough to warrant attention.

Alongside the chilling “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” song running in the background, the advert gives us a peek inside the haunted Baker mansion. We have all seen the shadow-laden corners of the house before as well. This time, however, Capcom has provided a look at the Baker family as well. They didn’t look very welcoming at all.

A playable demo of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is currently available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It features the first hour of the game and gives you a slight taste of what the game offers. The demo is scheduled to arrive on PC later this month on December 19.

Capcom has incredibly high expectations for the new Resident Evil installment. Despite a vocal fan-base that has grown weary of recent iterations, the developer is looking forward to selling four million copies worldwide on launch-day.

“Commercially, [Resident Evil 7] is probably the biggest Capcom game we are releasing on the new machines,” said marketing director Antoine Molant to MCV. “Looking at what we see in the preorders and trends these days, we’re pretty confident we are going to get there. All the signs that we have seen across the market, whether it’s from the UK or from other territories, are very positive so far. We’re not sitting back and relaxing at all because we want to push that. The confidence is there.”

Resident Evil 7 is scheduled to hit shelves on January 24, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Just a few days after, the new Resident Evil: The Final Chapter movie is also coming out in theaters on January 27. The month is surely a great one for Resident Evil fans.

Saqib Mansoor
The odd man in the group who hates chocolate, cheese, and having to work on Sundays.


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