Capcom announced Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition in this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine, and it comes with the Banned Footage DLC as well as a new End of Story DLC story featuring Zoe Baker. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]
In Japan they’re preparing an 18-and-over version of Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition, so basically Cero D and Cero Z rated versions. Only the PS4 version will be available physically for 5,98 yen and digitally for 4,990 yen.
Gold Edition also includes both parts of the Banned Footage DLC as well as a new one called End of Zoe that shows what happens following the events of Resident Evil 7. This will also be available for purchase for 1,500 yen when it releases in Japan on December 14, 2017. Chris’ Not A Hero DLC story will also be available for free on the same date in Japan.
Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition releases in Japan on December 24, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.