Resident Evil 7: Biohazard | Free DLC "Not A Hero" Comes This Spring

Resident Evil 7 free DLC “Not A Hero” is set to come out shortly after the release of the main game. You can expect to be able to play this free DLC somewhere in the spring. Unlike Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Teaser: Beginning Hour that is free, you’ll need to own the game in order to get the DLC – “Not a Hero”.

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Resident Evil 7 Free DLC Not a Hero

The content of the free DLC is still unknown. Players can expect to be a part of a short story scenario, just like the one in Beginning Hour. The name of the DLC might hide some more information. Does it mean we’ll be placed into the positions of the main villains, or maybe experience something else, it yet remains to be discovered.

You can expect to hear more information about this matter fairly soon. The information about the free DLC is listed on Famitsu.

If you haven’t tried the free demo yet, be sure to do it. It will prepare you for the upcoming full-release version. You can notice how different actions lead to particular, new situations. If you master them all, and follow a larger path of clues, you can even get the Dirty Coin. You can transfer this coin into the full game, once it is out.

“What We Know So Far” list will also help a bit, without revealing too much of the spoilers.

The newest title in the Resident Evil franchise, Biohazard is set to be released on January 26, 2017. The platforms you can play it on are PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The prices and content of the different editions vary quite a bit. The season pass info was also revealed.

Don’t expect to find Resident Evil 7: Biohazard anywhere else, besides on the official channels. It is protected by Denuvo DRM, thus making it highly unlikely to be distributed without money exchanging hands.

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