If you’re one of the few unlucky fellows who weren’t able to get Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, fear not. A new offer from Capcom has come out so that players can enjoy this new addition to Survival Horror. Today, we see the debut of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition.
As other GOTY-like re-releases of the game this new edition of the game will include the Base Game and every previous DLC. In other words, this is Capcom’s “Definitive edition” of Resident Evil 7 that players will enjoy.
This edition includes, Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Banned Footage Vol. 2 as well as the newest DLC End of Zoe. Additionally, every owner of Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be able to download the Not a Hero DLC for free starting today.
Let’s remind the players who don’t have the Gold Edition that the End of Zoe DLC reveals the fate of the character with the same name. During gameplay, players will assume the role of a woodsman character and face off against new enemies while exploring a swamp-fill area. This content is available through the season pass, Gold Edition, or separately for $14.99 USD.
Now, for the latest DLC which is available for free, Not a Hero features Resident Evil series veteran Chris Redfield. Our favorite boulder-punching steroid addict will use his fighting skills to combat terrifying creatures.
This DLC expansion will be more or less played in a way similar to that of a First Person Shooter. This is the second time this has been attempted by Capcom since the Resident Evil Survivor series. People who want to purchase the Season Pass can still do so by paying $29.99 USD.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, along with the aforementioned DLC. The game and DLC will also be compatible with the popular headset, the PlayStation VR. Did you know that we also almost got a Resident Evil TV show?