Figured Out How To Get Resident Evil Village’s Demo Timer
Resident Evil Village has a demo, yet it’s been a moronic wreck, with restricted windows to play it and early access on just Playstation. Be that as it may, yesterday the time-restricted demo went live on all platforms, including PC. Normally, PC players immediately sorted out an approach to sidestep the one-hour clock and play however long they need.
It shouldn’t be amazing that on a stage as open as the PC people would rapidly sort out some way to get around Capcom’s senseless hour long clock. It’s charming that Capcom even remembered the clock for PC. At any rate it gave people something to jab at on the off chance that they were exhausted.
This is the demo that Capcom initially was simply going to allow people to play for 24 hours. Nonetheless, after the web aggregately went “What..?” and adequately shouted, Capcom yielded and expanded the demo for seven days.
All things considered resetting the clock in the demo includes a couple of a greater number of steps than “turn off and turn on” so I figure a ton of people will not waste time with resetting the clock.
Be that as it may, in the event that you need to play a greater amount of the Village demo on PC, here’s the manner by which as spotted by Eurogamer.
Doing this fundamentally fools the demo into speculation you’ve not played an hour and resets the clock. Rehash as important to play as a large part of the demo as you need, well until Capcom tears the demo and its workers down May 9.
Resident Evil Village delivers on May 7 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC.