Resident Evil Village’s demo Maiden is listed on the PlayStation store and it’s free to play with the full game set to release on May 7th. This is the 8th title in the series, but the demo is not part of the main story and lacks certain game features available in the original game. Nevertheless, the demo is a welcome surprise for players and they are lining up to play the game. However, the Resident Evil Village Maiden demo “Something went wrong” error is foiling the plans of players to jump into the game. Fortunately, you can fix the problem, here is what you need to know.
Fix Resident Evil Village Maiden demo “Something went wrong” Error
The Resident Evil Village Maiden demo “Something went wrong” error seems to be occurring for users when they try to use the desktop version of the website to download the game. As such, the fix is easy, download the game from the PS5 store. Go to the store on the PS5 and attempt to load the game into your Library. From what it appears, the mobile app is working fine, so you should be able to load the game using the mobile app. But, if that fails, your safest bet to get the game and play the Maiden demo is to download it on the PS5 itself instead of using the desktop or mobile.
In the PlayStation store, the game should appear first as of this moment in the Latest tab under What’s hot, but if you don’t see the game, simply perform a search for Resident Evil Village and the Maiden title should pop up, which is the demo for the game.
The Art work for the game is different, so be sure not to pre-order the game instead of loading the demo. You can use the images we have put on the post for guidance. You don’t want to download or order the title Resident Evil Village, instead look for the title Maiden.
Once, the game appears for you, simply hit the option Download Demo and it should start. The game is just 3 GB, so, it should take less than a few minutes to download the demo. So, to recap, if the desktop website is giving the Resident Evil Village Maiden demo “Something went wrong” error, attempt to download using the mobile app or from the PlayStation Store on the PS5.