The Resident Evil 7 demo, Beginning Hour, channels the Silents Hills P.T. in a whole lot of ways. Aside from the new teaser having a huge amount of spooks and superb visuals, the one from Resident Evil teaser also has a lot of secrets to uncover, most of which are yet to be figured out by players.
So far, we?ve discovered four endings for the demo, but we?ve still yet to figure out what to do with some of the game?s items. Most particularly, fans can?t seem to figure out what the Dummy Finger is for. YouTubers have spent countless hours figuring out what to do with it, but to no avail.
First off, the Dummy Finger is located at the first hallway after leaving the room that the player wakes up in. It?s in a cabinet across the kitchen. Upon getting the finger, players can examine the item thoroughly, but its true purpose is yet to be revealed.
It is easy to dismiss the idea that the Dummy Finger isn?t a useless item, but Capcom said that the item, unlike the axe, has a purpose. Many fans speculate that the Dummy Finger is needed to get another secret ending, but the mystery is yet to be figured out.
Upon inspecting the item, it?s discovered that it is made up of flammable material, leading to rumors that the item needs to be burned first before it becomes functional. Others have even noted that the item will be useful in the full game, which is very unlikely as the demo won?t be part of Resident Evil 7.
There are a lot of mysteries in the Resident Evil 7 demo. The unsolved mysteries of course include such infamous Dummy Finger, as well as the mysterious Ghost Girl that appears during the VHS playthrough of the game.
We?ll keep inspecting the demo to finally solve the mystery of the Dummy Finger. Stay tuned here on The BitBag for updates on the Resident Evil 7 demo.
Tweaking?the audio levels in the game has enabled players to?record?mysterious voices in the background. Some speculate that this voice is from the ghost girl who randomly appears in the game. It’s still unknown if this has any connection to?the Dummy Finger.