I've got some bad news for the fans of the Resident Evil series and especially for those who enjoyed the latest iteration of the game. The Resident Evil 7 DLC, Not a Hero, is no longer coming this spring and its launch has been postponed to an unspecified date. The announcement was made via a YouTube video in which director Koshi Nakanishi and producer Masachika Kawata stated that the team needs more time to improve the quality of the expansion.
If you're a fan of the horror genre, but you haven't yet played Resident Evil 7 because you were understandably disappointed by the previous games in the series, then you should know that the latest title is actually a masterpiece that really deserves a lot of attention. The game was incredibly well received as both critiques and players alike praised it for its story and gameplay. Unfortunately, there's not a lot of replay value as the content you already know gets progressively less scary, so a lot of people were really looking forward to the Not a Hero DLC, especially since it's going to be free. However, the fact that Capcom is taking the time to make it as enjoyable as possible is something that I can live with and actually encourage, as I would rather wait a bit more than play unpolished or unfinished content.
In the previously mentioned video, Capcom also reiterated that a second DLC will be coming this year, but this one will most likely be paid. In the meantime, you should check out take on the best zombie games for Windows.