The Resident Evil 4 Remake will reportedly have the Separate Ways DLC campaign, according known insider Dusk Golem. The Separate Ways content was originally added to the PS2 port of Resident Evil 4 after it was exclusive to Nintendo consoles, offering more details on what Ada Wong was doing in the game. Dusk Golem previously leaked screenshots of a Silent Hill game as well as information and concept art of God of War Ragnarok.
Resident Evil 4 Remake, unlike RE8, apparently has DLC already in the pipeline
Writing in several posts on ResetEra, Dusk Golem shared that “Separate Ways is down the line DLC” and that it will be “longer and more fleshed out” than the original version of the campaign.
While this may not be too surprising given the popularity of Separate Ways, the insider also claims that Capcom didn’t have any DLC planned for Resident Evil Village until after it released. In this case, Capcom already has DLC slated for Resident Evil 4’s roadmap.
In fact, on top of the Separate Ways campaign, there’s also a PSVR 2 update and the free Mercenaries update as well. Dusk Golem describes this all as “a bigger floor plan as part of their development cycle.”
Another Resident Evil 4 leak has revealed the requirements for some Trophies in the game, suggesting that it will take at least three playthroughs to complete. Meanwhile, the Chainsaw demo for the game has been challenging players with a Flaming Chainsaw Man as a secret boss.