Capcom confuses ‘Resident Evil 7: Banned Footage Vol. 2’ DLC for a damn valentine
By Tommy Robbins. We would have taken a box of delicious chocolates, but hey.
Capcom has dropped a little something extra today for PlayStation 4 owners that ought to sweeten up their Valentine’s Day, only this gift doesn’t come with a pink bow. Really, it looks like it was wrapped in some kinda weird, stanky viscous.
Banned Footage Vol. 2, the second major DLC for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, is available as of Valentine’s Day 2017 for the PlayStation 4 console and features three pieces of additional content beyond the core game: “Daughters”, “21”, and “Jack’s 55th Birthday.” Look how much fun Jack is having!
“Daughters” dives further into the lives of The Baker Family preceding the events of Resident Evil 7. For those who’ve completed the main game, the title “Daughters” instantly raises some intrigue. “21”, on the other hand, pits the player against MacGyver-style masochist, Lucas Baker, in a scenario where gambling is done for the highest of stakes. Finally, “Jack’s 55th Birthday” has players up against the clock in a race to appease Jack Baker, or “Daddy”, with treats and other birthday goodies in a minigame that sounds as though it plays like a much more sadistic version of Overcooked.
Banned Footage Vol. 2 will launch on PC and Xbox One later this month on February 21 in unison with the previous Banned Footage Vol. 1 (initially exclusive to PlayStation 4). Additionally Capcom has said that the third content update, “Not a Hero”, will be launching in Spring 2017, separating the Ethan plot line from the core game altogether and telling a new and unseen story in the Resident Evil universe. Still, you can expect some icky-ass lookin’ dogs to pop up. Probably through a damn window when you aren’t looking.
‘Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2’ DLC will be available for your creepy pleasure on all other platforms February 21.