More scares have arrived, in the event you’re so inclined.
Resident Evil 7 is a fairly nice recreation that drags the survival horror sequence again to its roots – however one aspect of these roots is a shorter, replayable expertise typically. If you’re uninterested in the principle marketing campaign, nonetheless, Capcom has you coated within the type of two DLC drops for the sport.
The first launched final month on PS4, whereas as we speak marks the discharge of the second: Banned Footage Volume 2. This DLC pack is now out on PS4, and it incorporates three all-new story chapters. The DLC will start to reach on Xbox One as of February 24th, too.
Banned Footage Volume 1 contained three completely different slices of gameplay which we reviewed (it’s pretty good) and covered in our guide. Volume 2 is way the identical, containing three completely different ordeals so that you can work by means of:
- 21: Gamble life and limb in a lethal recreation run by Lucas Baker.
- Daughters: See what the Baker household was like earlier than the tragic occasions of Resident Evil 7.
- Extra Mode – Jack’s 55th Birthday: Race towards the clock and feed Jack tons of meals on this comical additional recreation mode separate from the tapes and story of the principle recreation.
The first two modes are canon to RE7’s primary storyline, filling in some smaller gaps of information from the principle recreation a lot in the identical method because the tapes featured all through the story do. The ultimate mode, Jack’s 55th Birthday, is non-canon and never so critical. That final mode additionally doesn’t assist PSVR, presumably as a result of it does some quite completely different stuff with the RE7 engine.
We’re about to leap in and learn the way good it’s, so we’ll report again quickly. Banned Footage Volume 2 is $15 by itself or comes alongside quantity 1 and an as but unknown story growth as a part of the $30 season move.