Resident Evil: Revelations Wii U Demo Scares Its Way Across Europe

Capcom planning a live-stream to show off new content

The Wii U demo for Resident Evil: Revelations has finally docked in Europe, taking up 619 MB of your valuable space.

Nintendo announced last week that the demo would arrive on the 14th May, and true to its word the demo went up at the stroke of midnight — if not slightly after the clock struck 12 a.m.

Following the trial version of Capcom's upcoming horror title, the company has a stream scheduled for 11 a.m. GMT (or not -Ed.) Tuesday to show off the console version's new content. In addition, a small bonus has been teased, so it might be worth keeping those eyes peeled this morning.

Here's what Capcom posted to its blog:

Tomorrow's a good day for Resident Evil fans. First, the Revelations demo arrives for 360, PS3, Wii U and Steam (with EU getting the PSN version on Wednesday), Second, we have a stream slated for 11am that shows off new content for this updated version of the game.
Said content is a small bonus that fans should get a kick out of, even if you already played the 3DS version to death. More on Tuesday, over at our Twitch channel!

Have you downloaded the demo for Resident Evil: Revelations yet? If so, what are your thoughts on the polished version for Wii U? As always, let us know in the comment section.

[via gonintendo.com, capcom-unity.com]