It will be available for $14.99 otherwise, so if you're looking to "complete" your time with the Resident Evil 7 content out there right now, you'll need to pony up. Powered by the RE Engine in tandem with industry leading audio and visual technologies, Resident Evil 7 is poised to deliver a disturbingly realistic experience that will define the next era in horror entertainment. The trailer takes a look at each of the DLCs, which will both be released on December 12.
The second scenario is End of Zoe, and it stars a man named Joe, who Capcom call "a myserious outdoorsman". Not a Hero is a free DLC add-on for the game, whereas owners of the regular version of Resi 7 will have to pay for the End of Zoe DLC.
The Not a Hero storyline follows BSAA soldier Chris Redfield's return after Ethan Winters is subjected to the horrific happenings in Resident Evil 7.
Two new DLC packs-one free and one premium-are on the way to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in December with optional VR support. If the Molded weren't enough, though, Chris is also pursued by Lucas Baker, the last surviving member of the Baker family.
In April, however, Resident Evil 7's director, producer, and executive producer, released a video announcing its delay, explaining that, "in the light of the incredible reception to the release of Resident Evil 7, we concluded that [Not a Hero] was not good enough to meet those high expectations". This will be sold on its own for $15/£12 and is included with the game's season pass.