Since it’s launch Resident Evil 7 has captivated fans around the world with its ability to re-imagine a franchise that has struggled since the not-so-well received launch of Resident Evil 6. Today, Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 7’s long-awaited DLC will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on December 12th, 2017, in conjunction with the games Gold Edition.
The company has also announced that the long-awaited “Not a Hero” DLC will be launching as well on December 12th for free, regardless of what version of the game you own, and will launch side-by-side with the Resident Evil VII: biohazard Gold Edition on December 12th, 2017.
The Gold Edition will contain the previously released DLC Packs, “Banned Footage Vol. 1” and “Banned Footage Vol. 2”, while also including the upcoming DLC release called “The End of Zoe”, which is set to launch later this year. Season Pass owners of the game will be able to obtain the previously released DLC as well as “The End of Zoe” as part of the games upcoming “Gold Edition” or separately if you aren’t already a Season Pass owner for $11.99.
The upcoming DLC “The End of Zoe” will have players taking on the role of the Baker daughter Zoe as she fights her way through the swamp-filled areas near the Baker Plantation. In the DLC, Zoe must fight against new enemies as well as take on any odds for her chance to survive.
As an upcoming release, we will also get a glimpse of Chris Redfield as he returns to the scene as a veteran member of the BSAA and a member of New Umbrella, a team that has been set up in order to prevent even more dangerous outbreaks of bio weapons. With this new threat on the horizon, we can only wonder if Chris will be able to get out alive, and if he can help contain the latest outbreak and make it out of the Baker Plantation alive.
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