If you've yet to give Resident Evil Village a go, Capcom has now made its demo available to stream through your web browser without having to download anything. Thanks to the game streaming technology powering Google's Stadia console, the Steam Awards 2021 Game of the Year winner has now released an instantly playable demo you can access via your web browser, smartphone or tablet.
On computers, it'll run on both macOS or Windows as long as you're using the Chrome browser, while the latter platforms will have a designated app for Android. Those on iOS devices will have to play it through Safari, but all versions of the streamable demo will reach up to 1080p, though there won't be HDR support.
As expected, there'll also be some other system requirements for the demo to run properly. Your device of choice will need to support HD video and your Internet connection must be stable enough for a download speed of at least 10Mbps, but most modern machines will be able to handle these requirements without problem. Aside from mouse and keyboard support and touch controls, you'll also be able to connect your Xbox One or PlayStation DualShock 4 controllers. For now, the demo is available in most regions spanning North America and Europe.
For those interested, you can check out the Resident Evil Village demo over on Capcom's website.
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