Separate Ways DLC Drops: Ada Wong’s Side of the Story in Resident Evil 4 Unveiled

Heads up, RE fans! The long-awaited Separate Ways DLC for Resident Evil 4 is now live on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. If you’ve been itching to see Resident Evil 4 from a different angle, get ready. This DLC reveals Ada Wong’s mission, which snakes its way around Leon S. Kennedy’s quest to find the president’s missing daughter.

Ada Wong Takes Center Stage

Separate Ways isn’t just a side story; it’s a deep dive into Ada Wong’s covert ops. Ada’s mission sends her sneaking around a European village under the control of Los Iluminados. Her end game? Nabbing something known as “the Amber” on orders from none other than Albert Wesker. Along the way, Ada has a run-in with Leon, adding new layers to the main campaign’s story.

New Gameplay Mechanics to Savor

Loved the original gameplay? Hold on to your controllers. Separate Ways pumps adrenaline into the classic survival horror mechanics of Resident Evil 4. You can expect the same tight gunplay, but now with new layers like stealth attacks, and finishing moves. Oh, and let’s not forget Ada’s Grappling Gun—a nifty piece of gear letting you launch melee attacks from a distance and traverse otherwise impassable obstacles.

Bonus Content Alert: The Mercenaries Gets an Update

But that’s not all, folks. Alongside Separate Ways, The Mercenaries is getting a free update. If you already own Resident Evil 4, you can dive into this extra game mode with two new additions to the character roster—Ada Wong and Albert Wesker.

Separate Ways DLC and Pricing Details

If you’re looking to pick up the Separate Ways DLC, it’s retailing for $9.99 USD. For those yet to experience the terror of Resident Evil 4, the game is temporarily discounted by 34%, available for $39.59.

Coming Soon: Resident Evil 4 VR Mode & Apple Device Compatibility

Gear up for even more action this winter as Resident Evil 4 is slated to launch its full main campaign in VR Mode on PlayStation VR2. Expect a heightened sense of realism thanks to the PlayStation VR2 Sense controls. Apple aficionados, keep your eyes peeled. Resident Evil 4 will also make its way to iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and M1-chip-equipped iPads and Macs later this year.

Resident Evil 4: Quick Recap

For the uninitiated, Resident Evil 4 trails Leon S. Kennedy, now an agent directly under the President of the United States. Sent to a remote European village, Leon is tasked with rescuing the president’s daughter and finds himself dealing with a sinister force that has taken over the locals. Since its release, Resident Evil 4 has received high praise and racked up more than 5 million units sold worldwide.

So there you have it. Whether you’re a longtime RE fanatic or just looking to get into the horror, these updates add new dimensions to an already stacked game. Get ready to dive back into the unsettling world of Resident Evil 4!

Platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation VR2

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