Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways DLC Arrives on September 21

Separate Ways, the long-awaited DLC for Resident Evil 4 was officially confirmed! The Ada’s adventure was confirmed during the State of Play this Thursday (14). And, to everyone’s surprise, the launch is next week: September 21st. While the highly-anticipated DLC had stolen all the attention, the State of Play trailer was also marked by the teaser of the upcoming VR mode.

Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways Campaign

In Distinct Paths, Ada Wong travels to an isolated rural part of Europe. Her goal is to infiltrate a village controlled by a religious group known as Los Iluminados. Under orders from Albert Wesker, Ada needs to obtain the cult’s darkest secret: a mysterious material known as “the Amber.” Her mission intertwines with Leon S. Kennedy’s search for the president’s missing daughter. Hence, it brings an alternative perspective to the main plot that reveals events that unfold behind the scenes.

The Separate Ways extra was a hit in the original game, when it was part of the base content, and allows players to control Ada in parallel with Leon’s mission. It even has some iconic characters, like Albert Wesker. As mentioned before, In addition to the DLC, PlayStation also announced the game’s virtual reality mode. It’s compatible with PS VR2 and as you expect, brings a new immersive experience for the main campaign. The company also announced a free game update for the Mercenaries mode – arriving on the same day, September 21st.

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Separate Ways will be available for purchase as Resident Evil 4 downloadable content on September 21. It will reach the PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC platforms via Steam. Resident Evil 4 VR Mode will arrive in the first quarter of 2024. It will be a free and exclusive DLC for PlayStation VR2.

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