Go hands-on with Resident Evil 7 at Insert Coins Halloween Spooktacular

Brodie Fogg 15 September 2016 NEWS


Insert Coins is returning to Sydney this October for a Halloween party and some quality time with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.

One of the best social gaming events in Australia is returning for a gruesome night of bevvies, great food and most importantly, some serious gaming. The event will be held on 20 October at the Oxford Art Factory and will be Halloween-themed with installations and props designed by local artist Jodee Knowles (Father Superior).

As always, there'll be music (70s and 80s anthems courtesy of Levins and Glenn B Trippin), free candy and more than enough arcade and pinball machines to go around. However, the most tantalising addition to October's Insert Coin party is the hands-on preview of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Resi 7 has been somewhat shrouded in mystery since its PT-esque reveal and all its enigmas, so October is a welcome chance for the public to finally wrap their head around the latest addition to the iconic survival-horror series. There will be 10 dedicated PS4s running the demo, though there's still likely to be a long wait to get a console, so get in early if you can.

To top it off, there'll be a Woofy's Hot Dog Cart to help soak up the booze and blood and prizes for the best Halloween costume.

Tickets are on sale at moshtix for $15 a pop and doors open at 6PM.

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