Resident Evil 7 continues to deliver for the VR and non-VR market now that the Banned Footage DLC is available for the PS4 for those with the Deluxe Edition or Season Pass. It will be available for purchase on all other platforms on February 21st.

Volume 2 of this pack includes Daughters which looks at the Baker family's life before the storyline for Resident Evil 7. There's an extra gameplay mode (not supported in VR, unfortunately) called Jack's 55th Birthday. We won't spoil the details of what's behind the title, but it definitely makes the RE7 purchase more appealing than before, especially for individuals sporting the PSVR headset. The Banned Footage DLC, we'd argue, is worth the Deluxe Edition.

We have to hand it to Capcom for delivering Resident Evil since competing VR software markets aren't performing very well. It's a friendlier market approach with a lighter price tag and better software than we've seen lately. We're excited to see other titles on the VR market for PSVR. As for Banned Footage, take a look at some screenshots below.

RE7 Banned Footage DLC

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RE7 Banned Footage DLC

Resident Evil 7 continues to deliver for the VR and non-VR market now that the Banned Footage DLC is available for the PS4 for those with the Deluxe Editio