Luis Serra Resident Evil 4 Remake The Mercenaries

How to Unlock Luis Serra in Resident Evil 4 Remake Mercenaries Mode

Luis Serra joined the roster of The Mercenaries in the Resident Evil 4 remake. Previously, he was not one of the available characters players could unlock in the original game, and instead served a minor role in the story. In the Resident Evil 4 remake, players can actually play Luis Serra for the first time, and thankfully you can unlock him in The Mercenaries with relative ease. The only thing players need to do is to get an A rank on any stage in The Mercenaries as Leon S. Kennedy to unlock Luis. Given that everyone starts with Leon, he will be the first character you unlock regardless.

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In the remake version of Resident Evil 4, characters now have unique “super” abilities. These abilities can be accessed by killing enemies during the stage to fill up a bar that appears in the center of your screen. Once this is full, you can activate “Mayhem Mode.” In Luis’ case, he can lob dynamite at enemies while this is active in Resident Evil 4 remake.

He is one of four playable characters in The Mercenaries, with the two other unlockable characters being Jack Krauser and HUNK. Players can unlock them in a similar fashion to Luis in Resident Evil 4 remake’s The Mercenaries mode.

The Resident Evil 4 remake is immediately available on the PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, and PS5. The Mercenaries mode is immediately available as free DLC.

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