The new downloadable content “Separate Ways” for Resident Evil 4 Remake is now available for purchase at a price of 9.99 euros. This DLC focuses on the adventures of Ada Wong, which take place parallel to the main story of Leon Kennedy. Originally debuting in the PlayStation 2 version of Resident Evil 4, its absence in the remake led to speculation that it would arrive later.
Ada’s story intertwines with Leon’s, but her objective is different. She seeks the secret of the sect called El Ámbar, and her path will take us through some locations that were cut in the remake, such as the shootouts from the cable car. Additionally, new enemies, rooms, and sequences with Albert Wesker, the most iconic villain in the survival horror series, are also included.
Aside from Separate Ways, a free update has also been released for all users of The Mercenaries. This update adds Ada and Wesker as playable characters in this more arcade-like game mode.
Separate Ways has an approximate duration of 5 hours, being longer than the original Separate Ways, which lasted between 3 and 4 hours. This new version is a reimagining that goes beyond a simple graphical update, adding more content and offering a broader and more complete experience.
In our review, we considered Resident Evil 4 Remake to be an impressive game, one of the best, most intense, and varied action adventures of recent years. The title keeps us entertained at all times, delighting us with new situations and exquisitely designed and versatile combats. The numerous changes, novelties, and surprises it brings make it tremendously enjoyable both for those who played the original and for new players. The combination of the new and the old works perfectly.
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