The illuminated is considered by many to be one of the finest episodes in the series, yet few people have appreciated Ashley Graham, the daughter of US President Leon S. Kennedy, who must save and protect from the sect of gods The illuminated.
Ashley has not won the public's trust, both in terms of character and gameplay. It is therefore reasonable to assume that the character in the upcoming Resident Evil 4 remake would be significantly different from what was seen in 2005's masterpiece Capcom, but that the player will be able to issue commands to her (depending on the circumstances) but that this time, it will not be possible to keep her in a secure place while you face hordes of won.
"We wanted to avoid that in the Remake," says Ampo, then leave the floor to Kadoi: "If you put an AI-controlled character you don't want him to be in the middle, but if you forget him or he takes care of himself, it doesn't seem like you're protecting him."
Ashley will not have a life bar this time: if the ball takes too much damage it will fall to the ground helpless, with the player having to resurrect it before it receives one last fatal blow. Similarly, the girl can be captured and taken away by the Ganados, with Leon, who will therefore have to free her from the grip of the enemy with gunshots or a stab.
In the Resident Evil 4 Remake, the young woman's personality is a lot different: "His character is a bit more serious than in the original. We bolstered his credibility in those situations."
Resident Evil 4 Remake will feature significant changes that will enhance the previous experience, including Ashley, who promises to be a different character from the one seen for the first time in 2005.