'Separate Ways' might be submitted as a paid DLC for the remake of 'Resident Evil 4' in the past few days. Dataminers have now discovered concrete information on the ongoing development of the mini add-on.
Capcom released the technically and playfully polished remake of "Resident Evil 4" for consoles and PC at the end of last week. As previously announced, selected content will only be released after the launch.
The inclusion of the Mercenaries mode, which was scheduled for an April 7, 2023 release, has been confirmed. However, there is still a question mark behind "Separate Ways," which has not yet been officially announced. However, there are indications that the mini-add-on will expand later.
On the spot of the "Resident Evil 4 Remake," dataminers may have discovered a folder named "Another Order," which is known to be the Japanese name for "Separate Ways".
Is an announcement a foregone conclusion?
The official announcement for the remake of "Another Order" or "Separate Ways" is expected in the coming weeks, perhaps following the release of "Mercenaries" next month? In the original Resident Evil 4, Separate Ways was a game mode that you could unlock by successfully finishing the campaign.
In Separate Ways, you take control of Ada Wong and have the opportunity to observe the 2005 horror film from a different angle. The agent was able to explore areas and sections that were previously unexplored by the main game's protagonist, Leon S. Kennedy.
Besides, the "Mercenaries" and "Separate Ways" aren't the only content that was not available at the start of the "Resident Evil 4 Remake." PlayStation VR2 support will also be included, as will a free update for all owners of the new edition. Capcom hasn't yet given a date.
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