Two new DLCs for Resident Evil 7, titled Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, are coming soon to all platforms. They bring brand new modes and missions, and they’ll cost $25 total. If you’ve bought the Deluxe Edition or the Season Pass, you won’t have to pay, of course. PlayStation 4 players will have access to the DLC weeks ahead of PC and Xbox players. Let’s take a closer look at what you’ll get in Banned Footage Vol. 1 & 2.
RE 7 Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC
PlayStation 4 owners will be able to play the first DLC starting January 31st. It will arrive on Xbox One and PC some three weeks later, on February 21st. If you haven’t bought the Season Pass or the Deluxe Edition of the game, it’ll cost you $9.99. Banned Footage Vol. 1 includes an extra mode and two new chapters. Here’s what you’ll get.
This mission plays very much like an escape room. Your task is to get out of the locked bedroom, but there’s a catch. You can’t let Marguerite Baker know that you’ve left the bed.
Your mission here is to survive until the morning, while fighting off waves of enemies.
- Ethan Must Die Extra Mode
An extremely difficult game mode for the most hardcore players. The mode is separate from the main game story and the videotapes, and it doesn’t support PSVR.
Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC – Resident Evil 7
Banned Footage Vol. 2 will come to Xbox and PC players on February 21st as well. However, PS4 players will get access to it a week before, on February 14th. The second DLC will include one more game mode and two new VHS tape scenarios, and it costs $14.99, unless you have the Season Pass or Deluxe Edition. It includes:
If you’ve ever wanted to literally gamble your life away, this is right up your alley. You need to win in a deadly game run by Jack Baker. Judging by the name, it seems that Jack’s game is blackjack. Clever.
All we know about this part is that it’ll show us the Baker family before the events of Resident Evil 7. It’ll be interesting to see what they were like then.
- Jack’s 55th Birthday Extra Mode
This mode will add a little extra levity to the game. You race against the clock to feed Jack as much food as possible. Needless to say, this mode is separate from the game’s main story. Also, like Ethan Must Die, it won’t support PSVR.