Capcom has announced plans to create a Gold Edition of the popular 2016 title Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The game brought the series back to some of its more subtle terrifying roots with an original story that felt a lot more plausible than many of the other editions in the series. Didn't hurt that the first-person aspect made the scares that much more intense and scary as you would come around a corner.
Now because this is a special edition, pretty much every DLC package is going to be coming with the base game of Resident Evil 7. This includes both of the "Banned Footage" volumes, the "End Of Zoe" package, and the "Not A Hero" package that will put you in the shoes of veteran BSAA soldier Chris Redfield. "Not A Hero" takes place immediately after the events of the main game, which will put you in a position of clearing out whatever remains in the home as well as some new hidden remains that you'll need to figure out along the way as you take charge as a member of the New Umbrella. Yep.. nothing ominous there!
The Gold Edition is set to be released on December 12 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.