Capcom have released two new Resident Evil 7 trailers. One of them shows antagonist Jack Baker being stubborn about that whole dying thing.
Capcom have unveiled two additional Resident Evil 7 teasers. They show even more familiar features that fans will be happy to see.
Resident Evil 7 may be a reboot, but it’ll still contain familiar mechanics that longtime fans will appreciate.
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A new trailer has just dropped for Resident Evil 7, along with a new update for the Beginning Hour demo. Both give a closer look at the Baker family and their horrific mansion.
Details on Resident Evil VII have been pretty scant, until now. Its ESRB rating has a few hints of what players can expect from Capcom’s latest horror title.
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