By Walter P / January 31st, 2017
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard may have just been released last week but, the first DLC for the game is already out for the PS4. Banned Footage Vol. 1 is now out on Sony’s console and Vol. 2 will be released on February 14. Everyone on the Xbox One and PC will have to wait until February 21 for the DLC. Here’s the press release for it:
“Banned Footage Vol. 1 is available today for PlayStation 4 players for £7.99/ €9.99 / $9.99 and will also be readily available for consumers who have purchased either the Deluxe Edition or Season Pass. This Vol. 1 pack includes “Nightmare,” where Sewer Gators cameraman Clancy must craft weapons and ammo to face off against hordes of enemies to survive until morning. Also included is “Bedroom” where Clancy must figure out how to get out of a locked bedroom in the Baker family’s plantation and make his escape but beware – Marguerite Baker won’t be happy if she knows he’s up and out of bed! Along with both of these scenarios is an infinitely replayable extra game mode called “Ethan Must Die”, which is an extra tough mode that is separate from the events of RE7. (Please note that PSVR is not supported in “Ethan Must Die.”)
Following this, Banned Footage Vol. 2 will be available for PlayStation 4 owners on February 14th at a price of £11.99 / €14.99 / $14.99. In this Vol. 2 pack, the “banned footage” scenarios include “21” and “Daughters.” Players will need to gamble with their own life in a deadly game of “21” with Lucas Baker and then dive deeper into the Baker family’s life before the tragic events of Resident Evil 7 biohazard in “Daughters.” An extra gameplay mode titled “Jack’s 55th Birthday” provides a race against the clock as players serve up the Daddy of the family, Jack Baker, with tons of treats for his special celebration. (Please note that PSVR is not supported in “Jack’s 55th Birthday.”)
Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 will be available to purchase for all other platforms on February 21st. Deluxe Edition and Season Pass owners will get the Banned Footage contents as they release per above and an additional story episode with more details to come. Finally, in spring 2017, all players will have access to the free “Not a Hero” content, introducing players to a new separate storyline away from Ethan’s saga in the main game.”
Another press release today was about the game’s soundtrack now being available to download:
“New York (January 31, 2017) – Sumthing Else Music Works, the premier record label dedicated to releasing video game soundtracks, today announced that the official soundtrack for Resident Evil® 7 biohazard is now available digitally from Amazon, iTunes, Sumthing.com, and other music services. The Resident Evil 7 biohazard Original Soundtrack features two and a half hours of original music from the latest major entry in the renowned Resident Evil® series.
Set in modern day rural America and taking place after the dramatic events of Resident Evil® 6, players experience the terror directly from the first person perspective. Resident Evil 7 embodies the series’ signature gameplay elements of exploration and tense atmosphere that first coined “survival horror” some twenty years ago.
Featuring haunting acoustic explorations and dark aleatoric soundscapes, the Resident Evil® 7 score was created by Capcom composers Akiyuki Morimoto, Miwako Chinone and Satoshi Hori as well as music from US composers Cris Velasco, Brian D’Oliviera and Michael A. Levine. Music samples are available at Sumthing.com.
Resident Evil 7 sets a new course for the Resident Evil series as it leverages its roots and opens the door to a truly terrifying horror experience. A dramatic new shift for the series to first person view in a photorealistic style powered by Capcom’s new RE Engine, Resident Evil 7 delivers an unprecedented level of immersion that brings the thrilling horror up close and personal.”
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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