A 'Resident Evil 2' immersive experience is coming to a bar in London.
Capcom is celebrating the release of the upcoming remake of the popular survival horror game, which is released on January 25, by hosting the 'Safe House' experience based on the game's Raccoon City Police Department.
Attendees at the event at The Barge House in London's South Bank, will make their way through a "safe zone" after a T-virus outbreak, where they will be incited to try out a number of 'RE2'-themed cocktails, including one with a "real-blood antidote".
If they don't sound to sweet, there will also be Raccoon City beers served up.
The event is running from the releasee date until January 26.
And gamers will also get to try out the game at the bar.
Last month, leaked screenshots of the remake suggested Ada Wong will be a playable character.
The biggest giveaway being that the popular spy looks set to appear at some point as she is pictured shooting out at zombies.
They also show Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield's outfits pay homage to the original, but have been slightly updated with the times, as does Ado's red leather dress.
Plus the two monsters, the Tyrant (Resident Evil) and Dr. William Birkin, appear gruesome as ever in other screenshots.
It looks like the reboot will be everything fans have wanted as the team behind the remake previously compared the iconic horror title to Christopher Nolan's 'Batman' trilogy.
Producers Yoshiaki 'H' Hirabayashi and Tsuyoshi Kanda opened up on the revamped game, and the former admitted the sequel allowed them to build after establishing the rules of the franchise.
He explained: "The same applies to 'Batman Begins' and 'The Dark Knight'. You can't do the second one that way without having establishing it properly first.
"'Batman Begins' had to be like, who Batman is in this world, this is how he operates. Everyone knows that going in, so you can kick off #The Dark Knight' with The Joker introduction.
"But some of the other design philosophy from those films can be applied to the 'Resident Evil 2 Remake' as well. For example, the appearances and costumes in the game. We want to bring a certain reality to them.
"When you look at a character like The Joker, previous live-action iterations have been a bit more theatrical and had someone who looked like how he would from the comics, but they didn't answer the question of how someone would look that way in real life. In 'The Dark Knight', Christopher Nolan portrays him as someone who has scars and puts face paint on."