Capcom Announces Resident Evil 7 Experience in London

Ahead of the much-anticipated release of Resident Evil 7 Biohazard on January 24th, Capcom has announced a real life experience to promote the game. The immersive performance, which opens later this month, will be free to attend and will see participants venturing into the home of the mysterious and evil Baker family looking for a missing member of their TV crew. The event is being held from the 20th to the 23rd at the Dray Walk Gallery in London and tickets will be handed out on a first come first serve basis. Resident Evil 7 is our most anticipated game for the first half of 2017 and so we think this will be a really scary experience for any fans of the franchise, so if you’re brave enough, head down there and try and grab yourself a ticket! Down below is the trailer for the event and Capcom’s official announcement of the experience, for more Resident Evil, keep it G33k.

To celebrate the newest Resident Evil™ 7: Biohazard game release out on 24th January, Capcom has launched Resident Evil™ 7: The Experience – a 45-minute immersive event taking place from January 20th to 23rd 2017.

Are you ready to enter the Baker family’s house?

The Sewer Gators, a paranormal TV production team, is looking for intern reporters to help them investigate the disappearance of their missing crew. Are you up to it? Have you got nerves of steel? Are you good at solving puzzles? If so, read on…

Following a storyline inspired by the brand new game, Resident Evil™ 7: The Experience recreates the Baker family house in a haunted venue in the heart of London’s East End and the Sewer Gators need your help!

You will arrive at the Sewer Gators debrief area with a partner ahead of your assignment. You will then need to work together to collect hints, solve puzzles, and outsmart the Baker family as you search for the truth about your missing colleagues and try escape the house without going missing yourself.

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