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Difficulty Level Resident Evil 4: Which mode should you choose to enjoy it?

by Ana Lopez
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Resident Evil 4 is THE big remake not to be missed in early 2023: faithful and brings enough new things to be enjoyed by older players, we were charmed by it anyway (see our test). In this guide, we’re going to look at what difficulty you should use it on to get the most out of it.

Normal mode if you’ve never played it

Only if this is your first time playing Resident Evil 4 in your life. You should know that the game is very generous in ammunition, craft items and in general it is not very complicated, with the exception of two or three specific passages. Since this is a fairly linear action game, where the scenario clearly takes second place, a first crossing in easy mode will probably spoil your discovery. On the other hand, it may be a good plan for a New Game Plus to collect as many resources as possible for a third run in pro mode.

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Hardcore mode for gourmets

A balance of difficulty with little onions, honestly. The first few hours will sting, that’s for sure, but once you get a good handle on this good old Léon, you’ll be able to get out on a Resident Evil like never before. You may have to accept that you’ll die in an idiotic way once or twice, due to the few collision issues we noticed in our test, but overall for us this is the best difficulty available for you to enjoy. Due to the damage the enemies inflict and the number of bullets it takes to defeat them, the tension will be almost constant throughout the adventure.

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Professional mode for the second run

This mode will not be unlocked until you have completed the game for the first time and if possible we recommend starting it with your New Game Plus save. As a professional, it’s impossible to string together mistakes or liquidate ammunition without thinking carefully about the threats you’re facing. We will have to play it tight, even with an already well-stocked arsenal. The timings for running knife counters are much more accurate than in previous modes. finally, the Autosaves are completely gone, meaning you’ll need to make sure you’re saving to typewriters if you don’t want to stupidly lose your progress.

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