Resident Evil 4 Remake: Demo announced, possible release date


Capcom announced back in June 2022 that a Resident Evil 4 Remake was being made. It’s hard to believe that was already nine months ago. It’a even harder to believe that the remake will be coming out in just a few short weeks on March 24, 2023. There are only a handful of days left before the time of release comes and the Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo still isn’t out yet.

Capcom has confirmed that gamers will have the opportunity to play a Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo prior to the official release of the video game. However, with the official release only a blink of an eye away, many gamers have wondered if this Demo will actually ever come to fruition. The simple answer is yes.

It is hard to believe that Capcom would make a public announcement this major and then let fans down by not releasing a Demo. A Demo is not mandatory by any means, but it will serve as the appetizer before the official entree. There are some clues that can be dissected to exactly narrow down the release date for the Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo.

Capcom recently made an announcement on Twitter stating that they will be holding a Capcom Spotlight on March 9. The Capcom Spotlight would feature news on Resident Evil 4, Exoprimal, Monster Hunter Rise, Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection, and Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective. If you are interested in tuning in, the pre-show will begin at 2:10 PM PST and the main show will kick off at 2:30 PM PST. The show can be viewed on either Capcom’s YouTube page or their Twitch page.

Knowing that the Capcom Spotlight will be announcing the news on the Resident Evil 4 Remake, it makes it almost certain that the Demo release would be this day and if not March 9 then March 10. Not only are we running out of time, but March 9 is almost exactly two weeks before the release date and March 10 would be exactly two weeks before the release date.

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The Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo is supposed to be exactly that, a Demo. This is why two weeks would be more than enough time to get your appetizer in before the main course. Not only that but there really isn’t much more Resident Evil 4 Remake news to be announced. Capcom might throw a sprinkle of new information regarding the game, but a major part of the news should come in the form of the Demo release.