Capcom has rolled out the first major title update for Resident Evil 7: biohazard on PlayStation 4 ahead of its worldwide launch tomorrow.
Resident Evil 7 update 1.01 isn’t much of a hefty download fortunately, clocking in at approximately 806.3MB, but it adds a few things that are definitely noteworthy going forward, chief among which includes new Trophies for the upcoming Banned Footage DLC.
Resident Evil 7 PS4 update detailed
Here’s the full lowdown on the update.
- Now supports add-ons
- New trophies added
- Now supports notifications of new additional chapters
- Fixed certain bugs and issues
And here’s the new PlayStation Trophies:
Dead By Dawn? – Complete Nightmare. – Bronze
Sleepless In Dulvey – Complete Night Terror – Silver
Like Mama Used To Make – Complete Bedroom – Bronze
Ratcatcher – Find all the dead rats in Bedroom in a single play – Silver
Ethan Never Dies – Complete Ethan Must Die – Gold
Resident Evil 7 hits PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One tomorrow, January 24, 2017. The game is fully compatible with PlayStation VR from start to finish, which Capcom says offers a substantial step up from the bog-standard TV experience. Unlike previous mainline Resi titles, this seventh numbered installment takes place from a first-person perspective and focuses on a return to the series’ horror roots, a directly largely influenced by feedback from Resi 6.
Resident Evil 7 takes place four years after its action-packed predecessor, and sees newcomer Ethan Winters exploring a seemingly abandoned plantation mansion in Louisiana for his missing wife, Mia. The game will be supplemented by a series of DLC, including a free story-based chapter, Not a Hero, in spring 2017.
Stay tuned for our Resident Evil 7 review later today.