Resident Evil 4 DLC Separate Ways will be launched on September 21

During Sony’s State of Play, CAPCOM unveiled the “Separate Ways” DLC for “Resident Evil 4: Remake,” set to debut on September 21, 2023, on platforms including PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, accompanied by an evocative trailer.

The “Separate Ways” DLC chronicles Ada Wong as she embarks on a clandestine mission to a remote European village, controlled by the enigmatic Illuminati, in pursuit of the cult’s most guarded secret: a mysterious substance known as “Amber.” Ada’s quest becomes intricately intertwined with Leon S. Kennedy’s search for the missing first daughter. This perspective offers players a richer narrative tapestry, shedding light on the main storyline’s lingering enigmas.

Additionally, “Resident Evil 4: Remake” will introduce a VR mode this winter, compatible with Sony’s PlayStation VR2 (PS VR2). Transitioning from the traditional third-person over-the-shoulder view to a first-person perspective, this mode promises players an unparalleled, immersive survival horror experience.

“Resident Evil 4: Remake” launched on March 24 of this year. The original game, released in 2005, unraveled six years after the Raccoon City incident, following a matured Leon Scott Kennedy, now a government agent, tasked with locating the vanished president’s daughter in an impoverished European hamlet. Shortly after its global release, CAPCOM announced that “Resident Evil 4: Remake” sold a staggering 3 million copies in just two days. Within two weeks, sales surged past 4 million, and by July, the figure had exceeded 5 million.