On the occasion of Valentine’s Day, Capcom has released on the PlayStation Store the new DLC for Resident Evil VII Biohazard, entitled Banned Footage Volume 2 which is now available for download (in exclusive time) on the PlayStation 4.
In preparation for the launch of Banned Footage Vol. 2, the second additional content for a fee, Resident Evil 7 has been updated to version 1.02. As shown in the update history on PS4, the update adds the add-on support in the pipeline, their trophies and a number of non-corrective specified bugs found by players.
Banned Footage Volume 2 includes the Blackjack card game and the confidential video of “Daughters” with the bonus mission of Jack’s 55th Birthday, the latter not compatible with PlayStation VR.
More specifically, in this pack two new scenarios of the game, 21 and Daughters, players will respectively face a macabre game with Lucas Baker where the dish is placed on their lives, while in “Daughters” it will be revealed more about the life of the Baker family before the tragic events narrated in Resident Evil 7.
To complete the offer a new game mode will be also included called as “Jack’s 55th Birthday”, where the player will face a race against time to celebrate the birthday of the father of Baker family.
The DLC is available at a price of $14.99 USD, and free for the Season Pass holders. On 21 February the extra content of Banned Footage Volume 1 and Banned Footage Volume 2 will also be available on PC (via Steam) and Xbox One.