The Not a Hero content, scheduled for this spring and that adds an extra episode for Resident Evil 7, runs out of an expected release date and they announce another DLC more.
Capcom he has communicated through a video that the new free content Not a Hero, of Resident Evil 7, is going to be delayed indefinitely as they have not announced a new release date. Not a Hero is the third DLC, free in this case, of the game that will add an extra episode to the story. The video features Koshi Nakanishi, director, and Masachika Kawata, producer, explaining the reasons for the delay. “We’ve been working hard to get the DLC ready in time for its spring release. Despite having been close to completing it, we have decided to delay it since it was not good enough to meet the high expectations generated by the incredible reception of the launch of Resident Evil 7”.
Resident Evil 7 has been available on different platforms since January 24, but its virtual reality version continues to be available only on PlayStation VR, since it has a year of exclusivity in the Sony viewer, although PC users can try to play it thanks to VorpX. Since its arrival, it has become one of the most acclaimed games by PSVR users, offering an experience with a more than acceptable duration and content.
In conclusion, Capcom needs more time to work on the DLC. In addition, they have announced that they are working on another DLC, which presumably will be paid as the first two Unreleased Recordings were. We hope that all the DLCs, whether free or paid, will continue to have support for PSVR, since it must be borne in mind that some of the included modes of the two previous downloadable ones could not be enjoyed in virtual reality.