Resident Evil 7 - Not a Hero DLC Delayed to Improve Qualty of Content
Bad news for Resident Evil 7 fans, today it was announced that the upcoming Free DLC "Not a Hero" would be delayed to allow further development time so that it could be polished enough to deliver the same standard as the game itself. Originally targetting a Spring Release, the new DLC would feature returning series veteran Chris Redfield in a mysterious DLC that we know very little about besides who is starring in it and we don't even know if it will tie into the main game or not.
Speaking to the public game director Koshi Nakanishi, producer Masachicka Kawata and executive producer Jun Takeuchi went on to explain the reason for the delay:
We were working very hard to get the DLC ready in time for the Spring release and we got close to completing the game content. However, in light of the incredible reception to the release of Resident Evil 7, we concluded that this DLC was not good enough to meet those high expectations.
Our aim is for this content is to match the high quality of the main game, so we need more development time in order to achive that goal.
While it's still unclear when we'll get the Free DLC pack, they teased that they are also currently working on another DLC pack - but was unclear on whether this would be a paid or Free DLC.