Resident Evil 4 Story DLC “Separate Ways” Launches for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam

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Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 4 story DLC Separate Ways is now available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. The new DLC, which, similar to the original, stars Ada Wong and costs $9.99, is complemented by the release of a new content update for RE4’s The Mercenaries mode, bringing Ada Wong and Albert Wesker to the extra game mode at no additional cost. Capcom released a launch trailer for Separate Ways a few days ago that shows off some of the action that players will encounter in the new DLC, which was announced a week ago during a PlayStation event.

Separate Ways reimagines and builds upon the bonus content from the original game to deliver an expanded new adventure. The story sees the enigmatic Ada Wong infiltrating the European village controlled by Los Iluminados under orders from Albert Wesker to seize the group’s darkest secret: a powerful substance known as “the Amber.” This dangerous assignment leads to an unexpected reunion with Leon S. Kennedy, presenting another perspective on the game’s narrative that answers lingering questions from the main campaign. Ada’s covert journey runs in parallel with Leon’s rescue operation and explores the shadowy events that unfold behind the scenes, revealing the full scope of the story.

The exhilarating gameplay of Resident Evil 4 returns in Separate Ways, empowering players to overcome the horrors that await with precise firearms, intense knife combat, stealth attacks, finishing moves, and more. Separate Ways also introduces a new feature that takes the game’s fast-paced action to a whole new level. Ada can now wield her signature Grappling Gun battle to dismantle enemy defenses and launch into melee takedowns from a distance. She can also employ this versatile tool to traverse vast distances and surmount obstacles that would otherwise be impassable.

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