Resident Evil 5’s second downloadable episode is “Desperate Escape”


Capcom has announced that the second in two new downloadable episodes for Resident Evil 5 is a struggle where BSAA Agent Josh Stone and Jill Valentine must escape the Tricell facility. The downloadable episode is titled “Desperate Escape.”

After Jill Valentine is freed of a mind-control device by BSAA Agent Johsn Stone, they must escape the Tricell facility during the night. Waves of enemies are promised, and action is a guarantee.

New costumes for Chris and Sheva will also be made available with the releases of both “Desperate Escape” and “Lost In Nightmares”. Besides the already shown Warrior and Fairy Tale costumes, Heavy Metal and Business costumes will arrive for Chris and Sheva, respectively, as well.

Capcom’s detailed the whole release schedule which we’ve got for you below. Screenshots of “Desperate Escape” can be seen at the gallery. Read past the schedule for two clips showing off Chris’ Heavy Metal costume and Sheva’s Business suit.

  • “Lost In Nightmares” (Xbox 360) – February 17, 2010
  • Costume Pack 1 (Xbox 360) – February 17, 2010
  • “Desperate Escape” (Xbox 360) – March 3, 2010
  • Costume Pack 2 (Xbox 360) – March 3, 2010
  • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (PlayStation 3) – March 9, 2010 (all content on disc)
  • “Lost In Nightmares” (PlayStation 3) – February 18, 2010
  • Costume Pack 1 (PlayStation 3) – February 18, 2010
  • “Desperate Escape” (PlayStation 3) – March 4, 2010
  • Costume Pack 2 (PlayStation 3) – March 4, 2010
  • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (Xbox 360)- March 9, 2010 (comes with download token for new content)

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