It seems that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Demo has hit 2 million downloads on the PlayStation 4 a week later after it was released in North America. Now, there are a good amount of gamers who are trying to figure out all the mysteries that are inside the teaser demo.

The Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Demo has been unveiled during the E3 2016 event that has been held in Los Angeles, California. Soon after the game has been announced, a PlayStation 4 demo was released and since then, it topped download records on Sony’s console.

It seems that the demo teaser version of the game has been downloaded 2 million times worldwide. This is a good amount of downloads, as this game is currently limited only to the PlayStation Plus subscribers.

The Beginning Hour is the prologue of the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, but it seems that it will not be included in the full game once it will be released. In addition, the full game will feature a different main character. According to reports, this demo still contains unsolved mysteries and this is the reason why the gamers are still re-playing it in order to find them.

One of the mysteries that many gamers want to find is what the “dummy finger” will be used for. It is actually like a key, but we are not sure yet what it will be used for. In addition, Capcom, the developer and publisher of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, has teased the fans that the upcoming sequel will give players more insightful experience in discovering a number of unsolved mysteries.

Capcom will most likely come with more information about its Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Demo during the Tokyo Game Show that will be held in September 2016.

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