Capcom announced that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition will launch electronically and physically for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, with all the remaining downloadable content for the game, on December 12, 2017 in Europe and North America.
The Gold Edition will have all the content from the main game, in addition to the “Banned Footage Vol. 1,” “Banned Footage Vol. 2,” and the coming “End of Zoe” downloadable content packs.
Both the new “Not a Hero” and “End of Zoe” free downloadable content will be launching on December 12.
“End of Zoe” is portrayed as a “stunning portion of the Resident Evil 7: biohazard adventure where players find what Zoe’s destiny will be,” and where “players will go head to head against new adversaries and investigate new marsh filled ranges.” Owners of the first discharge will have the capacity to buy it for $14.99/€14.99/£11.99.
“Not a Hero” sees the arrival of veteran BSAA trooper Chris Redfield. It is set after the occasions that happened to Ethan Winters in Resident Evil 7: biohazard, and “brings a fresh out of the box new experience playing as Chris to confront new dangers not met in the fundamental pack of the game.” Here’s the portrayal: “As an individual from New Umbrella, Chris and group rapidly set up a system to counter this most recent risk. Will Chris be once again successful in understanding the puzzle of this most recent episode and can get out of the plantation’s dungeons alive?”
Capcom announced that nearly all content, including “Not a Hero” and “End of Zoe,” and is playable in PlayStation VR on PlayStation 4.