Capcom has finally revealed Ashley’s and Leon’s exclusive skins from the most awaited Resident Evil 4 remake.
Capcom has revealed the exclusive Ashley skins for the Resident Evil 4 remake. You’ll have to purchase the Resident Evil 4 Deluxe Edition or Collector’s Edition to get your hands on these exclusive skins. Thanks to Resident Evil’s pre-order page, we can finally glimpse Ashley’s exclusive wardrobe before purchasing the game. Studio also revealed the skins on social media to display the new in-game content for fans openly.
The new skins also feature the same style and threads as Leon. The costumes named Casual and Romantic will be available at the cost of game purchase for $69.99. Each costume holds a vibe of its own, so look at the images of these costumes on the official Resident Evil website.
Leon’s Romantic costume seems like the direct adaption of Ashley’s costume, while the Casual skins look more distinctive with an emo-punk-themed style, giving a wilder outlook.
What’s Included with the Resident Evil 4 Remake Deluxe Edition?
The Resident Evil 4 Remake Deluxe Edition has unique in-game content, including charms and limited briefcases. It also has premium weapons, including Sentinel Nine Pistol and Skull Shaker Shotgun. In addition to that, you will also get Hero and Villain costumes for Leon exclusively, and they do not have an Ashley version for them. But that’s not all. Leon also gets a pair of sporty sunglasses in the package and the option to switch the new soundtrack with the original music from Resident Evil 4. All of that is for $69.99.
What’s Included with the Resident Evil 4 Remake Collector’s Edition?
The Collector’s Edition has more physical goodies, including an art book, steel bookcase, S.T.A.R.S. box, and a sizable Leon figurine. This package also includes all the in-game content featured in the Deluxe Edition, bringing its total cost to $249.99 if you’re a true fan of the game. Unfortunately, these premium orders suffered cancelation, and Capcom may not fulfill them through their casual distribution, resulting in refunds.
The game is only a few days from its final release on March 24, 2023. For those who are more eager to try the game can play Resident Evil 4’s demo version, which will allow you to get a glimpse of some early sections of the game.