Capcom surprised fans by returning the “Resident Evil” franchise back to its roots with the seventh game. Instead of fast-paced action and explosive combat, players had to roam through dim hallways and fight against terrifying foes. Here, you play as a man named Ethan Winters who is looking for his missing wife. During his search, he eventually stumbles across an old house where all the terror begins. “Resident Evil 7” is getting two final pieces of DLC later this year which will explain the events after the main story.

New trailer

According to Gematsu, Capcom has just dropped another trailer for the “Not A Hero” and “End of Zoe” DLC.

The two-minute clip goes into more detail about what happens to both Chris Redfield and Zoe Baker after Ethan and Mia escape the Baker family home. The “Not a Hero” DLC is going for a more action-oriented route as Chris has access to more guns than Ethan. Moreover, he can kill enemies much easier and even has a melee attack to finish them off. Chris is hot on Lucas’ trail which leads him to some mines and an abandoned facility. Aside from expanding Chris’ story, it also seems like we’ll get some closure on Lucas’ role in the story.

Meanwhile, the “End of Zoe” clips reveal that Zoe enters some kind of cryogenic state after Ethan abandons her in the swamp. While unconscious, an old man stumbles across her body and takes her with him.

It’s unsure who this man will be, or if Zoe will even be playable, but it’ll be nice to finally get some closure on her character. Hopefully, both DLCs will also find a way to connect the “Resident Evil 7” game to the other titles in the series. You can check out the trailer below to find out more about the upcoming content.

You can check out the trailer below to find out more about the upcoming content.

Gold edition

In other news, the game will be getting an updated version later this year. Titled the “Gold Edition,” this version will include the base game along with all additional content. Fans can play the “Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2” which contains a bunch of other mini-games and other side stories.

Similarly, the “Gold Edition” will also include both the “End of Zoe” and “Not a Hero” DLC.

Fans can choose to buy both DLCs separately if they already have the main game. Both of these side stories are slated to launch on Dec. 12 later this year. Similarly, the Gold Edition will also launch on the same date. However, those who want to play “Resident Evil 7” and the current DLC now can get a copy for the PC, PlayStation 4, or Xbox One.