Resident Evil 4 Remake May Get No Further DLCs; Devs Imply It’s Finished

Seems like an Operation Javier DLC might be off the charts.

Story Highlights

  • Resident Evil 4 remake will possibly get no additional DLC, as implied by the devs.
  • The devs have indirectly said that the title has been completed and already has enough content.
  • It appears that an Operation Javier DLC might be appearing in Resident Evil Code Veronica instead.

Resident Evil 4 remake devs have implied that the game will have no additional DLCs in the future. As spotted by @cvxfreak on Twitter, the producers Yoshiaki Hirabayashi and Masato Kumazawa have indirectly answered the query in an interview with 4Gamer. Masato insinuates that the Resident Evil 4 remake is already finished as a package consisting of the Extra DLC pack and Separate Ways DLC.

[Resident Evil 4 remake] is finished in a package that can be enjoyed in various ways,” said Masato Kumazawa. [Machine-Translated].

On the other hand, Yoshiaki apologizes and clarifies that he has nothing specific to mention about any planned content at the given moment. It is worth noting that there is a bit of a language barrier here, but the devs have not directly barred the possibility of additional content. The tone and wording suggest that Resident Evil 4 Remake will get no DLCs moving forward.

I am sorry that I cannot tell you anything specific at this time, but I hope that I will continue to do my best to meet your expectations,” said Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.

The likelihood of an Operation Javier DLC for the remake is further diminished despite all the existing evidence if the implication turns out to be true. Yoshiaki’s recent interview with IGN confirms the canon status of Operation Javier in the Resident Evil universe. Besides, the remake also expands on the events of Operation Javier compared to the original, which made fans presume that its release was a given as a DLC in the future.

It seems like Operation Javier may instead come out as a DLC for the Resident Evil Code Veronica remake. However, we suggest taking the info with a pinch of salt. 

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Resident Evil 4 remake launched on March 24, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S|X, and PC. eXputer’s Abdul Haddi gave it an ideal 5/5 score in his review, dubbing it a “flawless recreation of an already phenomenal game” in the process. It became the fastest-selling entry in the series history about two weeks ago, rolling over 6 million units to date.

For new players trying to survive the horrors of the RE4 remake, I suggest reading our Best Weapons and Best Charms guides to ensure you fill the inventory with the right arsenal. 

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