Capcom Releases New Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero DLC Screenshots (GALLERY)
Resident Evil 7 succeeded in moving the franchise in a different direction in terms of gameplay, while at the same time remaining true to the series’ core elements. Instead of players taking control of the muscle-y Chris Redfield or the agile, quick thinking Leon Kennedy, players instead were placed in the shoes of everyman Ethan Winters, whose attributes consisted of a strong will to live and his desire to find his wife, Mia. This greatly impacted gameplay, as RE vets were (for the most part) no longer able to rely on melee attacks for the molded enemies found in and around the Baker plantation. With the upcoming Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero DLC arriving this December, though, Capcom looks to be bringing the franchise back to its roots, as players once again take up the mantle of legendary badass Chris Redfield. In a newly released batch of Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero DLC screenshots, the developer appears to have confirmed that melee finishers are making a return for the DLC. Check them out below:
The upcoming Not a Hero DLC follows Chris Redfield on his mission to hunt down the cause of the outbreak that took place on the Baker plantation. Though the events that take place during the base game paint a fairly solid picture of the “why” behind the outbreak, Not a Hero can easily shed some light on what happened behind the scenes in the time leading up to the events of the game. As seen in the Not a Hero DLC screenshots above, players will be getting a new HUD that suits the well-equipped protagonist. Overall the HUD looks pretty standard, though in one of the screenshots the HUD says “Air Clear”, which suggests that Chris will be making his way through some potentially toxic environments during his search for answers. Fans looking forward to playing as Chris Redfield will get their chance to do so once Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero arrives on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on December 12, 2017.
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