Capcom is working on its forthcoming horror, survival game Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, the seventh installment in the famous franchise. Yesterday, during Capcom’s press conference at the Tokyo Game Show 2016, the studio unveiled yet another terrifying new trailer named as ‘Bakers‘.

The new trailer showcases some really unpleasant dinner of the Bakers family members and the residence of the family. Have a look into the new trailer below;

Other than a new trailer, Capcom also announced a new update for the Beginning Hours demo of Resident Evil 7 that reportedly unlocks some game areas, rooms, items etc. The update called “Twilight version” was confirmed for release today and has been rolled out for the PlayStation 4 users. The demo has been downloaded over 3 million times and doesn’t require PlayStation Plus subscription.

According to Capcom, the update will “allows players to explore more of the mysterious, derelict mansion,”. Furthermore, the price of the deluxe edition has been increased from $79.99 to $89.99, adding third story mode in the season pass. Previously, the deluxe edition included two add-on story episodes with season pass and base game, while the third one has now been added. However, those who already purchased the deluxe edition before will be access to the third add-on story free of cost.

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is scheduled for release on January 24th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Resident Evil 7 VR was announced as a PlayStation VR exclusive while the game supports 4K and HDR on the new PlayStation 4 Pro. Stay tuned for more updates!