A Resident Evil 4 Remake player shows off the new healthy interaction between Leon and Ashley. These two characters are central to Resident Evil 4’s story, and it’s great to see them getting more attention from the developers in the remake.
The Resident Evil 4 remake has garnered critical acclaim since its release, with plenty of praise given to Leon and Ashley’s improved characterization. Almost every element of the game has been improved, and gamers will be pleased to see some annoying enemies removed from Resident Evil 4 Remake. With the iconic status of the original, there’s a lot to look forward to from Capcom, and it’s gratifying that the developer managed to bring the legendary 2005 title to a new generation of gamers in a faithful fashion.
Redditor Philkindred12 noticed this tiny detail, noting that when Leon climbed to the higher platform, he turned around to help Ashley stand behind him. A big part of what players love about the game so much is the addition of more minor details rather than sweeping changes. This addition definitely makes Leon the better character in the Resident Evil 4 remake, and Capcom is sure to hide more details for players to discover in the coming months of the game.
I haven’t seen Leon do this before, and I think it’s a bit sweet. By u/Philkindred12 in residentevil The players in the thread are really amazed by the details. Another user pointed out that Leon can help Ashley climb any climbable ledge, though she has to be really specifically positioned to activate the animation. The thread is filled with other important details that players have noticed. One player claimed that while using Ashley’s armor in Resident Evil 4, if Leon helped Ashley climb a height, he would actually experience back pain for a split second.
With the Resident Evil 4 remake now out, there’s a lot of excitement in the series. It was an instant hit at Capcom – the success of the remake is tied to the popularity and sales of Resident Evil Village in 2021. Capcom has yet to reveal its future plans for the series, though a potential Resident Evil 5 remake seems like a safe bet for the next few years.
Resident Evil 4 is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X.