What a day for Resident Evil fans. After many leaks, speculations, and other things hinting at new content coming to Resident Evil’s latest remake, we finally have confirmation of what we were hoping for. On September 21, players worldwide will experience Ada and Wesker’s story with the Separate Ways DLC coming to Resident Evil 4 Remake. Besides that, the latest trailer showed the game is coming to PS VR2, and on the same day as the expansion’s release, Ada and Wesker will join the roster of the Mercenaries game mode, making it one of the biggest updates for the game since its launch.
Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways DLC Arrives on September 21, Featuring Ada and Wesker
Baby Eagle has been secured. The elusive Amber, however, is a different story.
The Separate Ways DLC tells Ada Wong's side of #ResidentEvil4's story.
Look forward to an additional gameplay trailer on September 18th. 🌿 pic.twitter.com/i9fNkog0Rx
— Resident Evil (@RE_Games) September 14, 2023
For those who don’t know, Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways DLC is a big deal as it shows Ada’s perspective during her time at the Ganado’s village. If you played the base game, you know how pivotal this character is for the plot, and now, we’ll get to see her point of view and what she was doing while Leon was searching for Ashley. New and old fans of the series should get this DLC as soon as it launches because the expansion sheds light on many crucial events in Resident Evil’s lore.
Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways DLC will include Ada and Wesker as playable characters for the Mercenaries game mode. All of these will be free for everyone who owns the base game, something that players have been hoping for since the remake launched.
With the DLC one week away, there’s time to finish the story if you haven’t. It’s recommended to experience Leon and Ashley’s adventure first to see what Ada is up to. Whether Capcom decides to continue with remakes or not, this DLC is a must-play for fans of the series or those who’ve fallen in love with the deep lore of this amazing franchise.