Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC Comes Out Tomorrow

The first of several DLCs for Resident Evil VII – Banned Footage Vol. 1 – is coming out tomorrow, January 31st, on PlayStation 4. Xbox and PC users will have to wait until February 21st to get their hands on it. Vol 1. DLC contains two story missions, called Bedroom and Nightmare, and one separate game mode titled Ethan Must Die.

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Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC Comes Out Tomorrow
Resident Evil 7 Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC Comes Out Tomorrow

PS4 players have a little something to hold over the heads of Xbox and PC users with Resident Evil 7, since every DLC will be a timed exclusive. Banned Footage Vol.1 DLC is coming out for the PS4 tomorrow, January 31st, while others will have to wait full three weeks, until February 21st. It seems that PlayStation owners will be able to access the DLC once the clock strikes midnight in their respective timezones.

Check out the list below to see what you’ll get.

  • Bedroom
    You wake up tied to a bed with one of Marguerite Baker’s disgusting dishes in front of you. Your job is to escape this “bedroom turned prison cell” without Marguerite noticing you. This story chapter is directly connected with the main story of the game.
  • Nightmare
    In a basement infested with hungry Molded, your one option is to blast your way through them. You’ll have to dodge around them and keep shooting, trying to survive until morning. It’s basically Horde mode, but the chapter does connect to the main story.
  • Ethan Must Die
    This additional game mode isn’t a story chapter, so it doesn’t connect to the game. Also, it doesn’t support PSVR. Instead, it’s a completely separate scenario. This time around, you’ll have to survive in a remade Baker house. It’s a “trap-laden house of horrors designed to kill any intruder”. This will be the ultimate test of your survival horror skill.

If you’ve bought the Season Pass or the Deluxe Edition, the DLC is free. Otherwise, it’ll cost you $9.99.

Resident Evil 7 came out on January 24th for the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. If you’re having trouble with the game, feel free to browse our Resident Evil 7 guides.

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