Game company CAPCOM recently revealed information about two new DLC packs for “#Resident Evil 7: #Biohazard.” One of the DLC packs will be free, while the other will be premium. Players can play this in virtual reality if they want to since it is optional.

These two DLC expansions are Not a Hero and End of Zoe. Players will be able to meet a familiar “Resident Evil” character again in the first DLC. The second one will introduce a new character with another one from the base game.

Not a Hero DLC details

The Not a Hero DLC will be free to download for this video game. Players will be able to control Chris Redfield throughout this expansion.

The story will be set after the main game’s ending, which will be about him looking for Lucas Baker.

Along Redfield’s travels, he will be meeting up with some BSAA agents sent after his target. It turned out that these guys were taken as prisoners inside the horror house. The expansion will be launch on Dec. 12.

End of Zoe details revealed

The End of Zoe DLC will be a premium DLC pack, which will be priced at $15. CAPCOM revealed that players will be controlling the mysterious outdoorsman named Joe. He lives nearby the banks of the marshes.

Joe will meet a tired Zoe in this expansion, and it will all start from there. Players can also get this DLC pack for free with the Season Pass of the horror video game.

Gold Edition also available

Players can also avail the “Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition” on Dec.

12. It will be launched for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This new edition will have all of the premium DLC packs like End of Zoe, Banned Footage Volume 1 and 2.

‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ PS4 Bundles announced

In other gaming related news, EA and Sony Interactive Entertainment have recently announced two new “#Star Wars Battlefront II” PS4 bundles. These bundles will be the standard and the limited edition PS4 Pro bundles.

The standard version will have a 1 TB Jet Black PS4 console, the standard version of the video game, and a normal DualShock4 controller. Interested buyers can purchase this for only $299.99.

The limited edition PS4 Pro bundle will include a PS4 Pro with emblems of the Galactic Empire, Rebel Alliance, and the Inferno Squadron. It will also have a customized DS4 controller, and the “Star Wars Battlefront II” Deluxe Edition. Interested buyers and collectors can purchase it for $499.99.

The standard bundle will be available on the game’s launching date, which is Nov. 17. The limited PS4 Pro bundle will be available three days earlier than the release date, which is Nov. 14.

Check out the "Star Wars Battlefront II" Limited Edition PS4 Pro Trailer here: