Nothing in this demo will be in the final game, and some of the settings here are borrowed from Capcom s earlier, equally terrifying, Kitchen VR demo.
Again, playing the game on your TV, this doll might be a mild annoyance, or even go entirely unnoticed.
That is, of course, until one of the team goes missing.
Of course, nobody creates a sense of unbarring helplessness like Capcom, and returning home to play the PS Plus version of the demo, I still never get out alive.
Japanese developers are often criticised for sticking rigidly to a well-trodden path, but Capcom must be applauded for taking a direction nobody could have foreseen.
If the game takes a similar direction to the concept demo, we could be in store for an incredible experience.