Resident Evil 7 DLC Set to Scare the Crap Out of Us

first_img Resident Evil 7 Coming to Switch Thanks to the Power of the CloudGame of the Year: Jordan Minor’s Actual Games of the Year (2017) Stay on target Even though Resident Evil 7 released all the way back in January, gamers are still talking about it. This entry was a return to form for the series thanks to its emphasis on true survival horror. It has been some time since we’ve gotten any updates on the game. Today, Capcom announced two new story-based expansions. In addition, the Japanese gaming publisher also announced the Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition.In Not a Hero, players get to take on the role of long-time series protagonist, Chris Redfield. In this DLC, the newly redesigned Redfield is on the hunt for Lucas Baker, who has taken members of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) captive. Redfield has experience fighting mutated abominations. He’ll have to put his skills to the test against all of the nasty monsters he’ll face. This DLC is set to release for free on December 12 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.Also releasing on December 12 is the End of Zoe DLC. Here, players will learn what happened to the Baker’s daughter after the events of Resident Evil 7. She will encounter an enigmatic man named Joe who doesn’t exactly look friendly. This DLC will be sold for $14.99. Anyone that purchased the season pass can access it for free.Those who never experienced the horrors of Resident Evil 7 the first time around can purchase the Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition. This version of the game includes all content from the main game, including Banned Footage Vol. 1, Banned Footage Vol. 2, and End of Zoe. This edition is slated to release on December 12 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.It’s great to see Capcom still supporting Resident Evil 7. While it is certainly pants-shittingly scary, the title is truly one of this year’s best. The Gold Edition is certainly a worthwhile purchase for newcomers, and it’s also nice to know that both the End of Zoe and Not a Hero expansions have PSVR support. Though I should warn you that playing the game in VR is not for the faint of heart!Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img

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