• Capcom uploaded the "Resident Evil 2 Remake" demo sans the time limit
  • The demo now features a growling voice belonging to "Resident Evil 3's" Nemesis
  • Nemesis doesn't appear in the demo, but fans will be prompted to run after he growls

Fans anticipating the “Resident Evil 3 Remake” will be glad to know that the game's iconic antagonist, the terrifying Nemesis, is now haunting the “Resident Evil 2 Remake” demo as well.

Capcom recently uploaded the “Resident Evil 2 Remake” demo, but this time it came with a few changes, Polygon reported. First, the original “1-shot demo,” released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC earlier this year, only allowed players to play it for 30 minutes. Players are given an objective to finish within that period. Those who finish it early can keep playing until time's up.

The newly uploaded demo, on the other hand, doesn't have a time limit. Players can play the demo for as long as they want. Despite the removal of the time limit, however, it's still just a demo. Players will not be able to play the full game, and won't be able to play as Claire Redfield or Ada Wong; players can only play as Leon Kennedy.

The second and more important change to the demo, however, is the addition of a familiar voice in a certain scene in the game. The scene goes this way: As Leon walks through a fenced area towards a blocked doorway, a growling sound will start to play.

The growl sounds like it's saying “stars” – which is what “Resident Evil 3's” Nemesis keeps saying/growling whenever he appears. His growling refers to S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics And Rescue Service), a group where Jill Valentine, "Resident Evil 3's" protagonist, is a member.

A certain Twitter user captured a footage of the scene and shared it online for all the world to see. The video shows that Nemesis' voice might not be easy to understand, but it's easily recognizable nonetheless, especially for those who have played the original game or have at least heard of it.

Nemesis couldn't be seen in the demo. He doesn't appear anywhere, but his scary voice can be heard. What adds to the scare and suspense factor here are the changes in the on-screen prompts. The prompt urges players to “Look Around” as Leon walks along the fenced area. The prompt, however, changes to an urgent “Run” after Nemesis makes his famous growl.

Resident Evil 3 Remake” is scheduled for release on April 4 for the PlayStation 4.

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The "Resident Evil 2" demo now allows players to play as long as they want, and hear "Resident Evil 3's" Nemesis as well. Capcom/Resident Evil 2 Remake