Sticking to series tradition, the Resident Evil 4 remake costumes offer variety as you play multiple playthroughs of the game. You can have Leon wearing a Europe-inspired romantic outfit while Ashley has a goth-like casual style. Here are all of the Resident Evil 4 remake costumes.
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Unlockable Resident Evil 4 remake costumes
The game presents multiple Resident Evil 4 remake costumes for Leon Kennedy. The coat and coatless looks for the hero can be unlocked by playing through the early stages of the game.
Once you finish the full game, you’ll gain a slick Mafia outfit shown above. It doesn’t really fit with his character, but hey, he still looks like a badass while wearing it.
As for Ashley’s costumes, there is the default, the coatless, and the difficult-to-acquire Knight Armor costume for the damsel in distress. To get the latter, you need to finish the game on Hardcore with a tricky A ranking or above.
All of the above costumes can be worn after finishing the game. The option to alter each character’s look only comes after accomplishing this feat.
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There are multiple DLC costumes that Leon and Ashley can wear in Resident Evil 4 remake. These are available for purchase separately or in either the Digital Deluxe Edition or Collector’s Edition. For Leon, there are the Casual (blue jacket), Romantic (white shirt and white hair), Hero (almost like knight’s armour), and Villain (edgy, black, and feathered) outfits.
Ashley’s DLC costumes include the Casual (goth girl) and Romantic Outfits (European look with white hair).
If you’d like all the DLC costumes, there’s the Extra DLC pack. It comes with all the costumes, in addition to the sporty sunglasses, two deluxe weapons Sentinel Nine and Skull Shaker, Original Soundtrack, and additional treasure maps. Thankfully, the photo mode isn’t locked by DLC.