The new TAPE-02 "Redfield" trailer showcases both bits of story content coming to the game via End of Zoe and Not a Hero, with each new campaign taking place following the conclusion of RE7. Both have been given a brand-new airing in Capcom's latest DLC video. Gold Edition will include the full game, as well as all of the DLC that's been released.
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. It seems that other BSAA operatives have been unsuccessful in their attempts to thwart Lucas: "Can Chris save the team while also tracking down Lucas through perilous poison gas filled dungeons?"
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And don't forget - if you own a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR, almost all content, including End of Zoe and Not a Hero, can be enjoyed with PSVR support for a truly immersive horror experience. There's a brand new trailer out that offers a peek into the world of End of Zoe, introducing a odd outdoorsman named Joe who ends up meeting with Zoe, starting a chain of events that ends up intertwining the both of them.
Not a Hero is free to any who already own the original game, but End of Zoe will be a separate download for $14.99 Dollars. Since then, details on both expansions have been hard to come by, but Capcom has released a new trailer that gives fans a much better idea of what to expect from the DLC when it releases on December 12th. You will otherwise need to pay $14.99 for the standalone download or $29.99 for the season pass.