For those who were not able to play Resident Evil 7 on PlayStation 4, they had to wait for quite some time in order to play the current DLC of the game. This is because the Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2 were tied with the PlayStation 4 exclusives. On the contrary, this timed exclusivity period will be coming to an end thus both of the volumes can be purchased on PC and Xbox One.
The Banned Footage Vol. 1 is sold at a price of $9.99 for all platforms, and the Banned Footage Vol. 2 is offered at $14.99. Both parts of the DLC are made to be available as a component of the game's $29.99 season pass. The players will get the following inclusions of the Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2:
The Banned Footage Vol 1: The Sewer Gators cameraman Clancy is required to make weapons and ammo to fight against flocks of enemies for them to survive until morning. Then Clancy must know how to get out of a locked bedroom in the Baker family plantation. There is also an unlimited replayable game mode that is called Ethan Must Die. This is an extra tough mode that is unconnected from the events of Resident Evil 7, according to Attack of the Fan Boy.
In the Banned Footage Vol. 2: Players would have to gamble their own lives through a deadly game of 21 together with Lucas Baker. The Baker family life before the tragic events of Resident Evil 7 Biohazard will be figured out deeper. There will be an extra gameplay mode that is called Jack's 55th Birthday and it gives a race against time. This is because the head of the family, Jack Baker, has loads of treats for his special celebration.
Even if the game has already launched a good number of DLCs since its launch last month, there are still loads of developing updates that will be coming soon. This will surely include a free DLC called Not A Hero.