The Resident Evil 4 demo has been out for a week now and several mods have already changed Leon’s look. But anyone who buys the Deluxe Edition on any platform will receive unique costumes for Leon and Ashley, including outfits that completely change the look of the protagonist.
It will be possible to save a half “punk” Ashley, or even a stylish version of her. Leon joins both Resident Evil 4 damsel-in-distress outfits with a dressy (called “romantic”) look and a more casual look.
Leon will also have two other costumes: one called a “villain”, which looks more like a Devil May Cry character, which comes with a reddish image filter. The other, “hero”, features a medieval-style lion, plus an image filter with an ancient effect.
Resident Evil 4 Pre-Order Grants Even More Cosmetic Bonuses
The Deluxe version of Resident Evil 4 still has skins for the pistol and shotgun, as well as the treasure map, sunglasses for Leon, as well as the possibility of changing the soundtrack to the original 2005 version for the most nostalgic.
“Six years have passed since the biological disaster in Raccoon City. Agent Leon S. Kennedy, one of the survivors of the incident, has been sent to rescue the president’s kidnapped daughter. He follows her trail to an isolated European town, where there is something terribly wrong with the inhabitants. Then the curtain rises on this story of daring rescue and gruesome terror, where life and death, terror and catharsis, meet.”
On PC, this edition with more content costs BRL 299 and BRL 325 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles. There are even more bonuses for those who pre-order the Resident Evil 4 Deluxe Edition, like grass-shaped charms and a pistol ammo box, as well as the classic look and gold case. The Golden Briefcase and Ammo Charm are also available for those who pre-purchase the base game.
Resident Evil 4 arrives on the 23rd for PC and on the 24th for PS5, PS4 and Xbox Series X | S.
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