All Resident Evil 7's DLC Out Now For Xbox One And PC

PS4 exclusivity has now expired for Resident Evil 7's expansions.


All of Resident Evil 7's DLC, which was previously exclusive to PlayStation 4, is now available on Xbox One and PC.

There have been two major expansions so far: Banned Footage Volumes 1 and 2.

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Volume 1 launched for PS4 on January 31. It includes two Scenario missions--Bedroom and Nightmare--and a new "tough as nails" mode called Ethan Must Die. To find out if the add-on is worth your time, check out our discussion here.

Volume 2 meanwhile includes the 21 Scenario, in which Capcom says you must "gamble life and limb in a deadly game run by Lucas Baker," and the Daughters Scenario, which acts as a prequel to the main game.

In addition, the second expansion includes a new mode, called Jack's 55th Birthday. This is described as a "comical game mode" that involves feeding the game's villain, Jack Baker, "tons of food." Take a look at the mode in action here.

The base game launched in January to critical acclaim. We called it "a remarkable success" in our Resident Evil 7: Biohazard review. Fans of the franchise should definitely check out our two-part Resident Evil documentary series.

In other Resident Evil 7 news, it recently emerged that the game was toned down for its Japanese release--find out how here. Worldwide, it shipped 2.5 million copies in its launch week, which was well below the first-week figures for Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 5. Resident Evil 7 has now shipped 3 million copies.

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