Capcom's been in touch to inform us that the full, three-minute version of the Resident Evil 5 trailer shown at Microsoft's conference during E3 is now available to download from Xbox Live Marketplace. It will be released on the PlayStation Network store tomorrow.
The high-resolution 145MB trailer promises "real-time footage" of the game, and should give a slightly better impression of the survival horror sequel than the cut-down E3 version did.
The game's yet to be shown off in much detail publicly, but producer Jun Takeuchi recently spilled its guts to Famitsu, confirming that it takes place in what looks like an African village, where Chris Redfield has been dispatched to investigate mysterious goings-on. The enemies he ends up tackling are a bit more of a handful than the traditional zomb, although a refined version of the Resi 4 control-and-camera system ought to help him dispatch them.
Resident Evil 5 is in development for PS3 and Xbox 360 and we expect to see it sometime in 2008.