Its been almost 10 months since the release of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and since then people are really liking the game. Its everything you would expect in a RE game; its spooky, its creepy, its got a good story, and its scary – lets be honest here, it wouldn’t be an RE game if it weren’t scary.
“The story follows civilian Ethan Winters as he searches for his wife Mia, which leads him to a derelict plantation inhabited by the Baker family. Ethan makes use of weapons and tools in the fight against the Baker family and the “Molded”, a humanoid form of bacteria. Healing items are used in the event of injury and there are puzzles that may be solved to further the story. Instead of being action-oriented like Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6, the survival horror element present in earlier installments and exploration took priority.
Thus, the game uses a first-person perspective. It is the first full-length game to be developed in the RE Engine. Led by Koshi Nakanishi, the director of Resident Evil: Revelations, the development team consisted of about 120 people. The game was presented as a virtual reality demo named KITCHEN a year prior to its announcement at E3 2016.”
The Resident Evil 7: Biohazard DLCs will be coming very soon in December. Here are some of the images for the game’s DLC
The Not A Hero Resident Evil 7: Biohazard DLC will be FREE to everyone on December 12th. The other DLC called End of Zoe, will be available on December 12th as well but its a paid DLC and will come with the Season Pass of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
If you don’t have it yet, you should get it because the Season Pass is pretty cheap – but The End Of Zoe on its own is $15 so its definitely worth it to just buy the Season pass for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
Also, in Not A Hero, players will be able to control Chris Redfield in the game. “This sub-chapter will focus on Chris and his comrades attempting to apprehend Lucas Baker, shortly after rescuing Ethan Winters, but many of his men are caught by Lucas, forcing Chris to save them. Chris receives information via radio, from a woman called Veronica (not related to the Veronica mentioned throughout Resident Evil: Code Veronica) as he ventures through salt mines that are filled with monsters, toxic gas and Lucas’ traps.”
To purchase the DLC for Xbox One and PS4 you can do so here.