Played Dragon's Dogma? Go download RE6 demo just 'cause you can

by: Nathaniel -
More On: Resident Evil 6 Dragon's Dogma
Resident Evil 6 is a modern horror-shooter that follows Leon Kennedy, Helena Harper, Chris Redfield, Piers Nivans, Jake Muller, and Sherry Berkin as they team up in pairs across three different campaigns.  

Dragon's Dogma is an open world JRPG with great combat.  

Maybe they don't seem like they should go together, but they are both published by Capcom, so go together they will.  If you played Dragon's Dogma, then beginning today - exclusively for those that played Xbox 360 version of Dragon's Dogma - you can download the Resident Evil 6 demo from Xbox Live (yeah, this is only open to Xbox 360 owners).

Resident Evil 6 will be available for the Xbox 360 and PS3 starting on October 2nd with a PC version coming later.
Experience bioterrorism on a global scale and get a taste for the scope of this latest and most expansive title in the Resident Evil series to date as the action moves from North America to Europe and China. This demo features three different missions and distinct gameplay experiences as each mission is taken from one of the full game’s three separate campaigns which features a different protagonist as the lead.

Play as Leon S. Kennedy alongside Helena Harper and explore the dark confines of the Ivy University campus and the zombies that fill its hallways. Select Chris Redfield’s mission and head to China for an intense encounter against the deadly J’avo with BSAA colleague Piers Nivans on the rooftops of Lanshiang. The third mission shifts the action to the war-torn Eastern European state of Edonia and sees Jake Muller and Sherry Berkin trying to escape the relentless pursuit of the Ustanak, one of the new B.O.W.’s being introduced in Resident Evil 6.

The Resident Evil 6 demo is available for download from Xbox LIVE today, exclusively for owners of the Xbox 360 version of Dragon’s Dogma.

Resident Evil 6 will be available globally on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from October 2nd 2012 with a PC version to follow.
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