Capcom announced today that will be be re-releasing this year's horror franchise reboot as Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition. The release will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on December 24 in Japan. The news comes via an announcement in Weekly Famitsu, via Ryokutya2089 (translated via Gematsu).
The release is slated to include the original game, both volumes of the Banned Footage downloadable content, the long-delayed Not a Hero release, and the all-new End of Zoe downloadable story content. It'll cost 4,990 yen ($45) in Japan, with a PlayStation 4-exclusive physical edition for 5,398 yen.
Not a Hero remains free DLC for Resident Evil 7. It was supposed to launch this Spring, but Capcom eventually delayed the release indefinitely. End of Zoe deals with what happened with Zoe Baker of the murderous Baker family following the events of the game. It'll have a standalone price tag of 1,500 yen, likely $15 on our shores when announced for worldwide release.
There is currently no word about a potential worldwide release.