Resident Evil 6 demo available now for Dragon’s Dogma owners
Xbox 360 Dragon's Dogma adopters can get stuck into the RE6 demo today.
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Wednesday 04 July 2012
Take a bitesize chunk out of Resident Evil 6 as the demo finally becomes available… for Xbox 360 owners of Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma at least.
The demo features three different missions, with distinct gameplay experiences, as each mission features a unique location and different protagonist and as the lead.
First of all play as Leon S. Kennedy alongside Helena Harper and explore the dark confines of the Ivy University campus as you vie with the the undead that fill its hallways; next up is Chris Redfield’s mission to China for an intense encounter against the deadly J’avo engineered organism; while the action finally switches to the war-torn Eastern European state of Edonia as Jake Muller and Sherry Berkin try to escape the relentless pursuit of the Ustanak, a brand new bio-organic weapon.
For those of us without Dragon’s Dogma (or indeed an Xbox 360) the wait for a demo continues – though the wait surely won’t be too long with the game set to be available globally on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from 2nd October 2012 with a PC version to follow.
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