Resident Evil 2’s remake will get an Extra DLC Pack comes with a variety of content including the option to change its BGM to the original version, five costumes, and more. Capcom shared a closer look at what you get from it.
The five costumes you get from the pack are of the following:
- Leon – Arklay Sheriff Costume
- Claire – Military Costume
- Claire – Elza Walker Costume
- Leon – Noir Costume
- Claire – Noir Costume
While equipped with the Noir costume for either Leon or Claire, you’ll get the option to change gameplay filter between standard and the Noir filter in black-and-white.
Also included is the Deluxe Weapon: “Samurai Edge – Albert Model” which you can check out in the above image.
Lastly, The Extra DLC Pack includes the “Retro Soundtrack Swap Option” to have it play the “Original Ver.” music. If you’re wondering about some of the differences for the soundtrack, the original version had music that was set for rooms but the remake will have it change according to the situation. The original music swap lets you enjoy the game closer to the way it was in the original Resident Evil 2.
The Extra DLC Pack will be included in limited edition versions as well as its own purchase which has been priced for 1,389 yen plus tax in Japan.
Resident Evil 2 releases on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 25, 2019. You can read more about DLC and other features from director Kazunori Kadoi and Tsproducer Tsuyoshi Kanda in our previous report. Check out its latest gameplay footage and screenshots here.