Capcom will be ensuring Christmas comes early for RE fans, with news of the Not A Hero and End Of Zoe DLC.
Resident Evil 7’s long-awaited DLC will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on December 12, Capcom announced it will be available in Gold Edition too.
Two DLC packs came out for the game almost immediately after it got launched, but it’s been a long wait for the others. And now, strangely, both the remaining ones are going to be released at the same time on December 12.
The Not A Hero DLC is free for everyone, and was originally supposed to be out earlier. Capcom has implied it will play quite differently to the main game, but it’s still not clear what exactly it is.
End Of Zoe is the third and final story-based DLC, but is intended to be more substantial than anything else seen so far. It’ll explore the fate of Zoe Baker, who even if you tried to save her appeared to die towards the end of the main game.
Although apparently not according to the trailer above, with Capcom promising new enemies as you explore ‘new swamp filled areas’.
End Of Zoe is covered by the existing season pass or you can buy it separately for £11.99.
Or… you can buy the Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition, which will also be out on December 12 and contains the main game, End Of Zoe, Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Banned Footage Vol. 2.