Capcom has confirmed Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition will be coming to retail and digital on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, alongside the remaining DLC for the game, all on December 12, 2017, so be ready to have it in your stocking come Christmas. The newly announced title will include all the contents from the critically acclaimed release earlier this year along with all three pieces of downloadable add-on content, in one ultimate horror package. These previously released DLC packs – Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Banned Footage Vol. 2 will be included as well as the upcoming third DLC release End of Zoe. Capcom has also confirmed that the delayed Not a Hero DLC content will be available to download for free for owners of any version of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.

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End of Zoe is a shocking instalment of the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard saga where players discover what Zoe’s fate will be. Players will face-off against new enemies and explore new swamp filled areas. End of Zoe will be included in the Gold Edition or available as an update if you are a Season Pass owner. Owners of the original release will also be able to purchase the content as a separate download for £11.99 /€14.99 / $14.99.

The free Not a Hero DLC sees the return of Resident Evil fan favourite and veteran BSAA soldier Chris Redfield. Taking place after the horrific events that befell Ethan Winters in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Not a Hero brings a brand new experience playing as Chris to face new threats not met in the main game. As a member of New Umbrella, Chris and team quickly set up a strategy to counter this latest threat. Will Chris once again solve the mystery of this latest outbreak and make it out of the plantation’s dungeons alive?

With the return of Resident Evil Revelations and now this addition of an old-school character to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Capcom seems to be trying to cash in on nostalgia.

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