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Interactive Resident Evil 7 The Experience Horror House Brings Game To Life

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Interactive Resident Evil 7 The Experience Horror House Brings Game To Life

Resident Evil 7 now has another feather in its cap because of a new announcement. The Horror House in the game will now be set in London as per reports. The thrilling experience ahead has generated huge buzz amongst fans of the popular franchise due to its sheer novelty.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is an eagerly anticipated launch for several fans and gamers. To celebrate the same, Capcom is now creating a special version of the game. London is set to be the setting of the game’s world now for this exclusive event. The general public is now expected to take up the challenge for a a special trip in this zone.

This RE 7 trip will take place between the 20th and 23rd of January. IGN reports that this interactive trip will span approximately 45 minutes. This will take place throughout the dilapidated and haunted venue based in “London’s East End”. There will be several “interruptions” from characters, which will soon become familiar.

Also Read: Resident Evil 7 Release Date & Gameplay: What You Need To Know

More Information on the Tour 

There will also be puzzles and many other attractions. This special tour is called RE 7: The Experience. A trailer is now available for the special experience. The press release issued by Capcom dares people who are brave enough to enter this zone.

People entering will assume roles of journalist interns helping in a paranormal investigation. The investigation will take place courtesy a TV production team. This investigation aims to find out more about vanishing crew members who did not return from this house.

Is The Experience Free? 

One can take part in the experience absolutely free of cost. However, there are limited slots that are available for participants. Signing up is easy and you can do it through the website created for the same. The game will launch on the 24th of January.

Gamasutra reports that Capcom will be launching the game for Xbox One, PlayStation and Windows PC. The launch will take place across both European and North American markets. The original game now covers the length and breadth of contemporary rural America.

Also Read: Here’s Why Resident Evil 7 Is A Sequel & Not A Reboot

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