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We have great news for the whole gaming community, Capcom finally unveiled the full list which contains all the upcoming Resident Evil 7: Biohazard DLCs. According to the list provided by Capcom over the weekend it looks like there are going to be three different content packs. What’s even greater other than the addition of extra content is the fact that players will be able to get access to it using a season pass.

This way players will only be required to play the standard fee of $29.99 and not the full price of the combined DLCs. What makes this deal better than it is already, it’s the fact that the season pass also includes the $89.89 Resident Evil 7: Biohazard deluxe edition. The reason why the deluxe variant is so important is because it contains the entire downloadable content files.

As previously mentioned, there will be three additional bundle packs which will be filled with extra content. The first pack is named “Banned Footage Vol. 1” and it contains the following content Nightmare, Ethan Must Die and Bedroom. The second one is named “Vol. 2” and it comes with the following stories 21, Jack’s 55th Birthday and Daughters while the last one is a complete new story. We don’t have any additional information about the last package but we can be sure that it’s going to be something special.

The game’s release date has been officially set for January 24th and the season pass can be acquired right now from either the PlayStation store, Microsoft store or the game library known as Steam. While the launch date has been confirmed, Capcom has yet to release additional information regarding the DLC’s roll out date.

Nonetheless, we can expect the game to filled with horror fueled stories and scary monsters. Especially since this franchise is regarded as being the most popular survival horror game franchise ever made. Also, worth mentioning for readers who don’t already know, this game is available on all possible platforms including both PC and gaming consoles. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will certainly scare some people, especially the ones that own a VR headset such as PlayStation VR or HTC Vibe.