9 months into 2017 and Capcom’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard stays one of many best VR releases of the 12 months. Good factor there’s extra on the way in which, then.
PSU reports through a translation of Japan’s Famitsu journal that Resident Evil 7’s Not A Hero DLC can be arriving on December 14th. For people who don’t know, Not A Hero is a free story-based enlargement to the unique sport teased throughout the ending credit. In case you haven’t overwhelmed Resident Evil 7 but then we’d recommend not studying on previous right here as we’ll characteristic some spoilers.
The marketing campaign will allow you to play as Chris Redfield, the long-lasting collection protagonist that made a small cameo on the finish of the primary marketing campaign. We’re anticipating the story DLC to nonetheless assist the PlayStation VR (PSVR) headset on PS4, simply as the unique marketing campaign does, although that hasn’t been confirmed but. The add-on was initially meant to reach within the spring, however ended up being delayed.
It seems to be like Capcom has extra Resident Evil 7 coming, although. Additionally due for launch in Japan on December 24th (chopping it a bit shut for Christmas procuring) is a Gold Version of the sport. This may apparently embrace each Banned Footage DLC add-ons that launched a number of weeks after the unique sport. These DLCs had been premium experiences with new modes, only a handful of which supported PSVR.
The Gold Version may even embrace one other new enlargement titled ‘End of Zoe’, suggesting a give attention to one of many unique marketing campaign’s assist characters.
We’ve reached out to Capcom to substantiate that the Gold Version and Not A Hero DLC can be arriving within the US and EU similtaneously Japan.
All-in-all this is excellent news; we liked Resident Evil 7 when it launched again in January, awarding it 9/10 in our review and just lately positioned it on our checklist of the best VR games of 2017 so far. The sport’s VR assist was touted as an enormous success by Sony itself, and we all know that at least 200,000 people have performed it in PSVR. VR assist is unique to Sony’s device for a 12 months, however we’re hoping the PC version will get Rift and Vive integration in 2018.
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