Resident Evil 7 has been a beloved title by fans all around the world where we embarked on an epic adventure following the story of Ethan Winters as he searches for his missing wife. The game was playable on PlayStation VR which made the scary horror game a lot more intense.
Today, Capcom has confirmed that it’ll be releasing Resident Evil 7’s Not A Hero DLC and Gold Edition on December 12th in the US and European markets. They have also stated that the new DLC and the new End of Zoe campaign can be played in VR (though we don’t know how much of it).
Not a Hero DLC will be taking place after the events that occurred in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard where users will be playing as the beloved franchise character, Chris Redfield. He will be challenged with new threats that he’s never encountered in the plantation dungeons. Chris is a member of New Umbrella which sets up new strategies to counter the threat.
Players can gain access to Not a Hero DLC through their Resident Evil 7 season pass or purchase it separately for $14.99. Capcom has stated that we’ll be in for a treat where we finally learn about Zoe Baker’s fate and be introduced to a new swamp-filled area.
The Gold Edition will feature “Banned Footage” content and also the “End of Zoe” content which shares the story of Zoe Baker.
When Resident Evil 7 first launched in January, we saw many PSVR owners play the game in virtual reality. As a matter of fact, there has been at least 200,000 people who have played Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in VR.
Capcom has licensed Resident Evil 7 to Sony’s device for one year. It’s expected to be released on PC for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in 2018. The game has been superb on the console based VR headset so we’re ecstatic to see how it’ll look on the PC powered VR headsets.