All Resident Evil 7 Daughters DLC endings and how to get them

How to get the True Ending/Good Ending

Hover over Lucas' shoulder when he sits at the table to spot his password - 1019.

Go into the Pantry then drop down into the crawl space and grab the Lock Pick.

Go to the Laundry Room across the hallway and collect the Change of Clothes from the bench.

Go upstairs to the Bathroom and unlock the drawer to get the Small Component.

Go to the Kid's Room and use the Small Component with the trophy on your right as you enter.

Climb the ladder to the attic, then interact with the laptop and enter password 1019. Interact again to read Lucas' list.

Return to the Kid's Room, give the clothes to the girl.

Go downstairs and find Lucas in the Dining Area.

Go back upstairs to the Bathroom and find Marguerite.

Go downstairs to the Garage and get the Rope.

Return to Jack and Marguerite in the Bathroom.

Run to the Recreation Room, then close the door and use the Rope to secure it.

Go into the side room and get the Fork from the small table.

Use the Fork on the two nails holding a board across the window.

Exit through the window and go along the Veranda.

Squeeze through the gap at the end, then open the red box and grab the Dog Head Relief.

Go back through the gap, then pull away the board and go through the door to the Main Hall.

Sneak past Marguerite and unlock the front door with the Dog Head Relief.

Cross the Yard and enter the Trailer.

Read the note on the table, then interact with the item Mia is holding on the floor.

Eveline will appear and you'll get the 'true ending' in Daughters.

At this point you should unlock the One Instinct: Survival trophy/achievement.

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