Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2 endings revealed
The Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2 will come to the Xbox One and Windows PCs on February 21. The DLCs reveal the Bakers’ story, allowing players to see their real personalities prior to the events that turned them into monsters.
The gameplay is a little heartwarming, and will make many players feel sorry for the Bakers. After all, they were such a nice family before Eve arrived. If you can’t wait to see what these two DLCs bring, all you need to do is watch the videos below.
Indeed, some lucky fans already got their hands on the RE 7 Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2 and revealed the endings.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2
Banned Footage Vol. 1 consists of three episodes: Bedroom, Nightmare, and Ethan Must Die. You’re playing as Clancy, a helpless cameraman, whose only goal is to escape a room where Marguerite keeps him tied to bed as a hostage.
Banned Footage Vol. 2 brings the Bakers’ son Lucas to the spotlight. He likes to play games with his captives, and you are his newest playmate. You’ll be playing cards against him, and you should really do your best to win. Each time you lose, you’ll be giving up something much more important than money. To learn more, watch the videos below.
Banned Footage Vol.1 Bedroom
Banned Footage Vol.1 Nightmare
Banned Footage Vol.1 Ethan Must Die
Banned Footage Vol.2 Tape 21
Banned Footage Vol.2 Daughters
Banned Footage Vol.2 Jack’s 55th Birthday
You can purchase the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 for $9.99 and $14.99 respectively. All owners of the Season Pass will get the Banned Footage Vol. 1 for free.
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