Capcom has just deployed a long-awaited free update for Resident Evil 6 on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms, fixing a variety of issues and unlocking quite a few special features, including the Ada Wong campaign and the special No Hope difficulty mode
Resident Evil 6 came out at the beginning of October and, while lots of franchise fans eagerly awaited the new installment, they were soon disappointed by the game, who they claimed didn't recreate the great features of its predecessors.
As such, many unhappy players started bombarding the game with negative reviews and scores
Now, after confirming that the game's PC version
will come out in late March, Capcom has revealed that a fresh update has just been released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms.
The patch, which was already detailed
some time ago, brings not just bug fixes but also unlocks extra features, like the Ada Wong campaign, which was only available after completing the game's regular campaigns.
It also includes a No Hope difficulty mode, plus a few other tweaks, which you can find below, via Capcom's community website
-Unlocks Ada's campaign from the start (don't have to finish the others for access)
-Unlocks optional co-op partner for Ada's campaign (human controlled)
-Adds more camera functionality; zoom in and out to your liking
-Unlocks "No Hope" difficulty mode.
What's more, another update will be released at the end of January that's also set to include a few other adjustments and unlocks.
-Agent Hunt mode unlocked from the start
-Agent Hunt selectable criteria before starting match (stage, region, settings like infinite ammo or friendly fire)
-Stage selection within chapters
-QTE assist; you have the option to automatically complete most QTE events.
Capcom will continue tweaking the game, so you can expect to hear a lot more about fresh update soon enough.