Resident Evil 7 Disturbing Baker Family

Posted on 15 Sep 2016 by
David Pink

Capcom has just released another teaser trailer giving gamers another glimpse into the disturbing world of Resident Evil 7, along with several in-game screen shots, showcasing some of the environments and action we’re to expect in this long running series newest installment.

In the trailer we get a “taste” of what’s in store for the player as he sits down and enjoys a late night supper with the psychotic Baker family. It seems they’re a bit upset that we’re not really that hungry and get offended since they put a lot of effort into making a special feast just for us. It probably wasn’t a polite thing to do when someone welcomes you into their family.

Pre-orders for Resident Evil 7 will soon begin on the PlayStation 4 and will come in three variants, the Standard Edition of just the base game. The Day-1 Survival Edition with the added bonus of a special Survival Pack: Recovery Set and early access to insanely difficult Madhouse mode. Lastly, the Deluxe Edition, which has all the above and the Season Pass which includes three additional story episodes to be released at a later date. At this moment, it is unknown when PC gamers will be able to pre-order their own copy.

What we do know is that Capcom isn’t showing PC gamers much love at the moment. Along with the fancy new trailer today sees a playable demo, which allows players to explore some of the environments in the mysterious derelict mansion. Unfortunately, this demo is exclusive to PS4 and we PC gamers and even the Xbox One player base will have to wait for the full release of on January 24th, 2017.


Official Press Release

At Tokyo Game Show earlier today, Capcom confirmed several new details about the Resident Evil 7 biohazard Teaser: Beginning Hour demo. Currently available exclusively to PlayStation Plus subscribers, Capcom shared that the demo has just recently reached over 3 million downloads worldwide to date. It was also announced that the demo will receive a brand new update that allows players to explore more of the mysterious, derelict mansion. This new “Twilight” version will be available shortly today, September 15, and will be available for all PS4 users to download.

A new trailer and screens are now available on the press site, which provide a long-awaited look at some of the intense combat that can be expected in Resident Evil 7, as well as a far from appetizing feast to remember with the highly disturbed Baker family.

Pre-orders for Resident Evil 7 will soon be available on PlayStation 4 across EMEA territories. The standard edition of the title can be pre-ordered shortly for €64.99 / £49.99 and will include a custom theme for the console. Users in EMEA Sony regions also have the option to pre-order either the Day-1 Survival Edition or Deluxe Edition of the upcoming horror release. The Day-1 Survival Edition will only be available to purchase up until the game’s full release for a special price of €69.99/ £52.99 and will contain both the custom theme and the Survival Pack: Recovery Set which includes consumable healing items, an early unlock of the insanely difficult Madhouse mode, and a mysterious Lucky Coin in-game defense item. The Deluxe Edition priced at €94.99/ £69.99 will include all the content from the Day-1 Survival Edition as well as a Season Pass containing access to three additional playable story episodes which will be launching after the title’s release on January 24, 2017.

Pre-orders for Microsoft and Steam digital releases will be available in the coming weeks. For details on North American pre-orders please visit the relevant local Capcom social channels.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be available for PlayStation® 4 (the full gameplay experience will also be available via the included PlayStation® VR mode), Xbox One and PC when it launches across Europe and North America on January 24, 2017. To download the latest video, screens and game information explore the press site now.




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