Resident Evil 7’s free DLC, Not a Hero, has been delayed. It was initially as a consequence of launch someday this spring, however we’ve had no phrase of it for a while.
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The sport’s director, producer and govt producer confirmed that it had been delayed in a video, which you’ll watch above. They are refreshingly trustworthy of their announcement and contrite of their apology – an method that appears to have been well-received. The top-voted remark reads: “not many developers say sorry or explain like this, respect,” and at time of writing its wish to dislike ratio is healthier than 20 to 1.
The devs say that although they acquired near ending the DLC, they concluded that it “was not good enough to meet [the] high expectations” set by the constructive reception to Resident Evil 7, they usually want extra time to satisfy that purpose.
Not a Hero is an epilogue episode that can increase on the sport’s ending. It’s nonetheless coming, and can nonetheless be free, however no new date has been given.
Executive producer Jun Takeuchi added that builders Capcom are “also working on a further piece of DLC at the moment”, of which we’ve heard nothing else thus far – Not a Hero and the 2 Banned Footage volumes had been the one DLC confirmed for the game’s season pass. It wasn’t talked about whether or not the brand new DLC would even be free (however except you have already got the season go, we might doubt it).
Bit of a disgrace, but when nothing else, Capcom can take coronary heart from being one of many few devs to emerge comparatively unscathed after breaking dangerous information to their clients. Turns out all it takes is a bit honesty and humility.