Capcom publishes Resident Evil Village “Online Streaming Demo” using Stadia’s tech

Earlier this year, AT&T announced that they were one the first companies to use Stadia’s tech to promote their own offerings. Using Stadia’s white label system, Google Immersive Stream for Games, AT&T added cloud versions of Batman Arkham Knight and Control Ultimate Edition. This way, their costumers can play those games using their devices. Just like Stadia.

Today, Capcom has announced the “Resident Evil Village Online Streaming Demo”. A demo version of the game that can easily be enjoyed via their website. Enter your age, and with one click, you can enjoy the demo. (Same demo that’s available on Stadia, but without a time limit). On Twitter, some users are perplexed at the fact that you can play a video game with a simple click. Without dealing with load times and downloads. Others, of course, point out that Stadia has been doing that for a while.

After closing the demo (at least the intended way), we’re redirected to a page where we can purchase the game via the Stadia store.

Get a glimpse of the Resident Evil Village Online Streaming Demo running on Google Immersive Stream for Games:

At the moment, the demo is available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, and Hungary.



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