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Appears the official version of Resident Evil Village by Capcom that can be played right in the browser without downloading.
Capcom has released a version demo of Resident Evil Village free for browser, based on Stadia technology licensed from Google. Google has pulled out of its live game streaming service, rebranding it as “Google Immersive Stream,” and licensing the technology to other developers and publishers instead of campaigning on its own. .
Someone has tried this demo and said they were impressed. The demo is quite generous, it offers a long gameplay and many areas of the mansion for you to explore. However, the image is somewhat blurry and low resolution.
Although the visuals are a bit unsightly and there are some performance errors, in general playing the demo right in the browser has its advantages. That is, you can play for free, play at any time, and do not need to download or install anything (great for those of you who want to try it out before buying the game).
- Capcom releases Resident Evil Village free browser demo, based on Stadia technology licensed from Google
- The demo has a long gameplay and many areas in the mansion for you to explore
- Unfortunately, the image is somewhat blurry and low resolution
- You can play this demo for free at any time, and there is no need to download or install anything
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