The expansion allows you to play through sections of RE4’s story as fan-favorite character Ada Wong, seeing the suspenseful horror of the original game unfold through the supporting character’s perspective. Separate Ways first premiered when the original Resident Evil 4 came to PlayStation 2, further finding its way into later HD rereleases.
Launching alongside Separate Ways on the 21st is a free update to The Mercenaries time attack mode, featuring Ada Wong and Wesker.
Also coming to PlayStation 5 is Resident Evil 4 VR Mode, but that won’t be out until sometime this winter. The mode will let you play through the main story as Leon in first-person with full VR and motion controls through PlayStation VR2. It seems like a terrifying way to experience the game all over again.