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Resident Evil 7 Experience London Reveal Trailer

Resident Evil 7 Experience London Reveal Trailer

Imagine having the ability to see the world you’ve already explored in actual life in VR. Like you’ve already been there, would it feel? Would you understand it inside out? This month you’ll be able to put those questions to the test in the Resident Evil 7 Experience London.

We’re just a few weeks from the launching of Resident Evil 7 the largest game yet to support VR. However, before you get immersed in the horror effectively, you are able to do it in actual life.

Resident Evil 7 Experience London

An escape room is being hosted by Capcom -Esque Resident Evil 7 Expertise from 20th – 23rd January in London. Inside it, you’ll enter the house of the Baker family, which you are able to investigate now in the demo on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 (where you are able to try it in PlayStation VR also). If you’ve played the demo, you’ll know precisely where they’re, but we won’t spoil anything.

In the event you want to try it out for yourself then you’ll want to head to Dray Walk Gallery at 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL. You’ll need to be eager, though; just 28 pairs of tickets will be given away each day.
It’s an interesting way to bring players into the planet of the game for sure, and even more fascinating considering that it’s bringing an environment some of us have already investigated to life in VR.

Resident Evil 7 Experience London

We can’t manage Resident Evil 7 in VR, so of experiencing it, the idea is a no-go. All these are a few of the more unusual PR / Guerilla marketing stunts we’ve seen to get a game in the last several years. But it also sounds like fun especially if you are a hardcore Resident Evil fan. So enjoy the Resident Evil 7 Experience London trailer above to get you in the mood.

Resident Evil 7 is found with full support for PlayStation VR on January 24th. In the meantime, check out our coward’s guide to surviving our hands-on, and the game with all the terrifying demo. Or if you don’t fancy being scared out of your wits there is always the DC Superheroes Art of the Brick in London.


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