There’s no trace of ‘Assignment Ada’ and ‘Separate Ways’ and, unlike Mercenaries Mode or PS VR 2’s exclusive VR Mode, Capcom keeps the mystery with a character fan expected to see more, not less, in the Resident Evil 4 Remake.
Resident Evil 8: Village was one of the most outstanding video games of 2022. However, we have to admit that talking about Resident Evil 4 is another league.
The 2005 title is an industry legend. Seeing the work that Capcom has done with the remakes of its first titles, especially with Resident Evil 2, we could not wait to see Leon Kennedy (so much so that we even saw Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness on Netflix).
We leave behind the hype for Harry Potter and Hogwarts Legacy, and now it’s the turn of the Resident Evil 4 Remake, and we could not be happier.
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Resident Evil 4 Remake is a marvel, a video game that shines in all aspects and that improves, yes, improves the mythical original title. The graphics are huge, the darker setting increases the degree of terror of the original. But the action is not far behind, the struggles are much more intense and frantic. Every detail of the game has gone better, from the redesign of the order of certain events to the QuickTime events or the way to accompany, protect and relate to Ashley Graham. However, there is something very serious that saddens the release of the video game on its release day, March 24, Ada Wong.
What about Ada Wong’s campaign modes in ‘Resident Evil 4 Remake’?
Seeing the improvement in Ashley Graham’s personality and design, as well as the sheer modernization of the title, many expected Ada Wong to have more weight in the Resident Evil 4 Remake than in the original.
The Resident Evil saga has always been characterized by distributing its campaign very well between female and male characters, except in the fourth edition. There were even those who expected Ada Wong to be a playable character in the obligatory main story. But none of that.
In the original title, the mysterious double agent had two alternate game modes, Assignment: Ada and Separate Ways. Two short campaign-style parts where we saw what Ada was doing at the same time that Leon Kennedy made his way through the cattle to rescue Ashley.
Not only is it that none of them have been integrated into the main story, but it is also that they are not at all and there is no date or official announcement about them.
There are different leaks that suggest that Ada Wong will see her two modes united and expanded in an expansion or DLC of payment of the title. But they are only rumors and, although some speak of this year, the truth is that there is no date for it.
What about Mercenary Mode and VR Mode?
Unlike Ada, these two modes do have official news. We could also get angry that they are not on the way out, especially the Mercenaries Mode. But we understand that the industry has changed and that now video games are released in parts and are never finished at launch.
Both Mercenaries Mode and Virtual Reality Mode, which will be exclusive to PS VR 2, will be released as free DLCs. Yes, the expansion of Ada Wong sounds like it will be paid, as the franchise has been doing lately, but its other two modes will be free. These absences are the only thing that makes us twist our noses at the launch of Resident Evil 4 Remake, a huge game that has remained to this of being perfect.