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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - End of Zoe

Rating Summary

Based on 12 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

50%

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Game Information

Available on:PCDec 11, 2017

Publisher: Capcom

Genres: Horror, First-Person Shooter

Play as a previously unseen member of the Baker family in a shocking additional installment of their saga. Experience the wilder side of survival horror as you fight hand-to-hand with the horrific creatures dwelling in the swamps outside of the Baker estate. Discover the ultimate fate of Zoe and witness the end of the Baker family's tragic events.

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Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
7 / 10
Metro GameCentral

End Of Zoe takes place a little after Not A Hero and so is chronologically the final chapter of Resident Evil 7. We can safely that's not the way we thought it would end, but the fact that we can still be surprised by such a long-running series is one of the best things we can say about the game and its DLC.

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God is a Geek

8 / 10.0
God is a Geek

Despite an excess of action, the final two DLC episodes feel like a love letter to both the original games and Resident Evil 7 itself. It answers almost every question asked, but leaves a couple unanswered, probably to keep RE8 a possibility.

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The Games Machine

8 / 10.0
The Games Machine

No Hero and Zoe's End are fun, and if you have the season pass you will certainly not be bored, but otherwise you could also ignore them and continue to live "serene" and "quiet", closed in the Baker's mansion! .

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Wccftech

6 / 10.0
Wccftech

Resident Evil 7's final round of DLC feels like a step backward. While both Not a Hero and End of Zoe are competently built, they replace the genuine horror and more nuanced characters of the main game with schlocky action and dumb wish fulfillment. The worst thing that can be said about Not a Hero and End of Zoe is that they leave me feeling uncertain about the future of the series. Let's hope Capcom hasn't already forgotten how to do Resident Evil right again.

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