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PC players can already reset Resident Evil Village demo timer for infinite playthroughs

Just as promised, the Resident Evil Village demo is now live across all platforms and in a predictable turn of events, PC players have already figured out how to get past the 1 hour time limit.  

On the Steam forums for the demo, a user asked if anyone had found a way to disable the 1 hour time limit. Two hours later, workarounds were posted. As it turns out, deleting just a couple of files resets the in-game timer, allowing for more playing time.

Unfortunately, this doesn’t completely disable the countdown, so you will only be able to play an hour at a time, before having to go through the process of resetting the timer again. We’d be surprised if there wasn’t someone working on a way to completely disable the timer though.

The Resident Evil Village demo is available from today until next Monday, giving gamers one full week to try the game out for themselves. The full release of Resident Evil Village is coming this Friday, the 7th of May.

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