Devil May Cry 5 Demo Pulled From Xbox One, But Will Return

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Announced by Capcom, this 1-Shot Demo will give players one chance and 30 minutes to try out the remake of the 1998 horror classic.

This 1-Shot demo leaked on the Xbox Store in mid-December and all the details match with the announcement.

The Resident Evil 2 demo serves up a relatively early portion of the game as rookie cop Leon Kennedy arrives at the Raccoon City Police Station.

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The best bit? Regardless of how you finish the demo, you'll be treated to a brand new trailer once it's over.

Luckily, we don't have much longer to wait to see if Itsuno-san's play time estimate will be true as Devil May Cry 5 is slated to release on March 8 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you die, you'll be able to keep retrying to beat the mission until your 30 minutes is up. The station is filled to the brim with zombies to survive and puzzles to solve. While players cannot restart the playable demo after their time is up, there are no limitations on how many times the trailer can be viewed.

"With an entire building of flesh-eating nightmares lurking between Leon and his escape while the clock ticks down, players need to be sure they're killing more than just time".

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For reference, that first demo has now been removed, but this second demo will be released in a couple of weeks time for both PS4 and Xbox One players on February 7.

Back in December of previous year, a listing for the Resident Evil 2 "One-Shot" demo was spotted on the Xbox store, and it was tagged with a release date of the 11th January - that's this Friday.

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