Want to see both Resident Evil 7 endings? Check out these videos
Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is now out, allowing players to immerse themselves in a world of horror more realistic than ever before. Resident Evil 7 Biohazard raises the bar on horror games this year by bringing a truly remarkable gaming experience to players.
Solving intricate RE7 puzzles may take days or even months but at the end, players will experience two different endings depending on their actions. If you’re curious to see each of these possible endings, there are many YouTube videos that you can check out. To make your task easier, we’re going to list the most interesting ones so that you can satisfy your curiosity.
To start with, it is good to know that Resident Evil 7 Biohazard offers two possible endings: a good one and a bad one. Which ending you get depends entirely on your late-game choices. More specifically, at the end of the testing area, you must choose who you’re going to give the serum to: Mia or Zoe. This is definitely a hard choice because you can’t save both.
If you choose to save Mia, you’ll unlock the good ending, whereas saving Zoe triggers the bad end. Players won’t notice any particular difference after they’ve decided whom to save.
Whether you choose to save Mia or Zoe is entirely up to you. There is no good choice or bad choice when it comes to this matter.
We won’t reveal exactly what happens in each of the two possible scenarios, but we’ll only add that if you choose to save your wife, you’ll find important answers to many of the questions that you’ve been asking yourself during the game.
If you’re curious to see the two endings in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, check out the videos below. If you want to simply experience the game, hit the play button and let the horror adventure begin.
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