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Capcom has released a new trailer for Resident Evil 7, giving us our best look yet at the terrifying Baker family, their terrible table manners, and some of the game’s first-person combat mechanics.

The games developer and publisher also announced there will be a “Twilight version” update for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard‘s “Beginning Hour” demo, which will be released on September 15. The new demo allows players to explore more of the “mysterious, derelict mansion,” and is likely to provide answers to a few unsolved questions. It will be available to all PlayStation 4 owners, even those without Playstation Plus access.

Capcom has also announced the deluxe version of the game will now cost $89.99 instead of the previously advertised $79.99. Prior to the price hike the deluxe version contained the game and a season pass, which included access to two story expansions at no extra cost. However, the price has now increased to reflect that a third story expansion will also be included.

Resident Evil 7 is set to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 24, 2017. Watch the trailer above.

Meanwhile, Sony is celebrating Final Fantasy XV with a limited edition deluxe PS4 bundle.

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