The Resident Evil 4 remake has been one of the year’s highlights for most ordinary people. It accomplished the seemingly impossible challenge of redesigning not only one of the best-known video games of all time but also one rife with anachronisms that don’t work well in the present world.
There was one drawback, though, in that there were a number of missing modes from the original; fortunately, Mercenaries hasn’t had to wait too long. Yet, Capcom promised that The Mercenaries mode would be free and accessible within two weeks after launch, and they have delivered; in more ways than one.
It is widely rumored that Different Ways will be paid for DLC. Although Mercenaries mode has appeared in numerous Resident Evil titles, from Resident Evil 3, Resident Evil 4’s version has consistently been a fan favorite since the game’s odd restriction prohibiting you from moving. At the same time, shooting makes the action more exciting.
Naturally, the controls in the remake are significantly more straightforward, but the question is whether this makes Mercenaries inherently less engaging.
How to Unlock Luis, Krauser, and HUNK in Resident Evil 4 Remake Mercenaries?
All you have to do to unlock the four characters is earn an A on the ones already available; as a result, Leon opens Luis, Luis unlocks Krauser, and Krauser unlocks HUNK. If your Resi skills are already fairly well-honed, obtaining 100,000 points to earn an A rank (it goes up to S++) is not that difficult.
Although we’re unsure how we unlocked each stage, it might have been as easy as just finishing the previous one. Yet we never received a grade below a B, so perhaps that’s the reason. The remake of The Mercenaries is a lot of fun.
We also looked into some of the other games releasing on Remake, which you can check out here:
- Resident Evil 4 Remake Update Controversial Pay-to-Win DLC
- Resident Evil 4 Remake Easter Egg Upgrade: Ashley Strikes Back
It makes the whole bundle look like even better value for money than before, with immense replayability for a single-player game, dispelling our expectations that the more generic control mechanism would damage the attraction of the original.
The Mercenaries simply improves an already excellent game; we can only hope that Capcom won’t grow greedy with DLC, at least not for content that was in the original release.