The Resident Evil 4 Remake story trailer shows Ashley, Luis, Salazar, and more. The iconic characters of Resident Evil 4 return with designs that are both familiar but also new.


The Resident Evil showcase revealed information on a handful of soon to come games. This includes the much anticipated Resident Evil Village Winters Expansion story trailer, and also the remake of what some players and critics consider to be one of the best survival horror games of all time.

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Just like how updates to the Resident Evil 4 gameplay were shown, the same can also be said for the characters themselves, for they are both familiar but also surprisingly fresh in their designs. The new story trailer for Resident Evil 4 opens with what looks like Ashley Graham, the President’s daughter, being used for a ritual by the Las Plagas infected villagers. Players were also treated with a glimpse of Osmund Saddler, who remains largely unchanged from the original design and even Chief Menendez sporting his classic trench coat and beard, but this time with a very fashionable top hat.

Players get their first real look at Ashley Graham, the President’s daughter who Leon is sent to rescue. Ashley has received some criticism from fans in the past, but judging by her introduction in this trailer, it looks as if Capcom will be giving the character a welcomed update. Ada Wong is also featured in the trailer, displaying a similar design to her updated appearance in the Resident Evil 2 Remake. It is not just the heroes that fans got to see, but also the enemies, such as the troll, and the right and left hand of Salazar. Speaking of Salazar, this character seems to have gotten the most notable update. Salazar appears much more feminine and mature looking than in the original, whereas before they had come across as young and child-like. It is unclear if Salazar’s aged look is from the Las Plagas parasite or if it is just a different adaptation.

There is a list of things that the Resident Evil 4 Remake must avoid, but hopefully changing too much of what fans love about a character does not negatively impact the experience. However, there are welcome additions that are expected to be made, such as how Ashley was captured, and further details of the psychological toll that the events of Raccoon City had on Leon. Fans are hoping that the remake dives even deeper into the things that made the original so beloved, and it is only a matter of time before players are able to get their hands on it.

Resident Evil 4 launches March 24, 2023 for PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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