There were some tidtbits of information regarding Resident Evil 7’s DLC preceding the main game’s release, but we didn’t know the itty bitty details. Luckily, Capcom put out a press release today that revealed Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2.
Volume 1 will be available today, once the PlayStation Store updates, and will cost £7.99/ €9.99 / $9.99 if you didn’t purchase the Deluxe Edition or season pass. “Nightmare” will pick up where the cameraman Clancy left off. The unawares Sewer Gators member will be left to his own devices as he faces hordes of enemies in a bid to survive until morning. “Bedroom” is another scenario where Clancy has to figure out how to escape from a locked room in the Baker estate. Just know that Marguerite Baker will make this task a difficult one. The final piece of Vol. 1 will be a replayable mode titled “Ethan Must Die.” Sadly, Capcom didn’t expand further other than the challenging experience will be separate from the events of RE7.
Banned Footage Vol. 2 will release on February 14th for £11.99 / €14.99 / $14.99. This time around players will gamble with their lives in “21” thanks to Lucas Baker and his mind games. Then in “Daughters,” you dive deeper in the Baker family’s life before their…err…let’s say transformation. The extra game mode here will be called “Jack’s 55th Birthday” and tasks players with a race against the clock to, and we quote, “serve up the daddy of the family, Jack Baker, with tons of treats for his special celebration.”
Other platforms will get the DLC come February 21st and in spring 2017, the free “Not a Hero” content will make its debut. This endeavor introduces a new, separate storyline that takes place away from the events of Resident Evil 7. If you are for some reason still on the fence about the latest Resident Evil, check out our review. It’s definitely worth getting into. Let us know what you think the specifics of these DLCs will be in the comments section below. We feel bad for Clancy. Guy just can’t catch a break.
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