Resident Evil 7 biohazard's Gold Edition will be released on December 12.
Capcom have confirmed the newly-announced title will feature all the content from the release earlier this year as well as three additional pieces of downloadable content in one ultimate package.
The Gold Edition will drop on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC alongside the remaining DLC for the game.
The previously released Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Banned Footage Vol. 2 DLC packs will be included, as will the upcoming End of Zoe third release.
What's more, 'Resident Evil' fans eagerly anticipating the delayed Not a Hero DLC content - in which gamers play as fan favourite BSAA soldier Chris Redfield - will be delighted to note it will be available to download for free to owners of any version of 'Resident Evil 7 biohazard'.
In the Not a Hero DLC gamers will be faced new difficulties while playing as Chris in a world which takes place after the traumatic events of 'Resident Evil 7 biohazard'.
Chris and his New Umbrella team have to try to set up a strategy to overcome the latest threat, but it is a tough ask to try to make it out of the plantation's dungeons alive.
In End of Zoe, which is available as an update for Season Pass owners or as part of the Gold Edition, players will find out what Zoe's fate will be as they take on new enemies and explore swamp-filled areas.