A free sample of Capcom’s Resident Evil Village, which debuted a little over a year ago and is powered by the same technology as Google Stadia, has just been made available.

Capcom is utilizing Google’s Immersive Stream to provide a Resident Evil Village demo that is readily available with just one click and without cost. To obtain a feel for the game before purchasing it, the demo takes players through the Castle and Village.

Capcom is utilizing the same technology as Stadia as its platform is based on Immersive Stream. This implies that any device, including laptops, tablets, and mobile phones, can be used to play the game. To play, all you need is a controller, keyboard, and mouse, or touch controllers on a mobile device. You’ll need an internet connection that is at least 10 mbps because the game can only stream in 1080p and without HDR.

According to Capcom, the trial can be downloaded in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, or Hungary. Unsurprisingly, Stadia is supported in the same 22 nations.

The announcement that Immersive Stream is a high focus for Google’s gaming efforts was made not long ago. With a Control demo made accessible to its users, AT

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