- How is Ada Wong still alive?
- How does Ada escape the tyrant?
- How long do you play as Ada?
- Is Ada’s campaign Good?
- Is Ada playable in Resident Evil 2?
- How long is ADA campaign re6?
- Is Ada’s Campaign Co-op?
- Is Ada in love with Leon?
Carla Radames – with the trauma of such betrayal driving her insane. Soon after, Radames was shot by a Family member from a helicopter and fell onto the deck from upstairs. Wong rushed to her body to pay respects, but found she was still alive, having infected herself with the Enhanced C-Virus after her fall.
Approach the door that leads out, turn right before you get there, and use your EMF Visualizer to trigger the second circuit. Throw the switch next to the door, and go through. If you do this quickly, you can trigger everything and escape before Tyrant shows up. If he does, lead him away from this room.
In short, the answer is yes, you will play as Ada during your time with RE 2. This isn’t a secret to uncover or anything, however, as roughly halfway through Leon’s campaign, when you get to the sewers, you’ll automatically have to play as Ada for a period of time.
Ada’s campaign isnt as good as the others but it’s still a great campaign. It feels improved from her re4 separate ways mode in many ways.
Ada appears as an enemy in another Resident Evil 2 spin-off game, the non-canonical Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (2012), in which she is also a playable character in its multiplayer “Heroes” mode. She returns in the remake, also titled Resident Evil 2 (2019).
With 20 chapters to play through in the campaign, either solo or in cooperative mode, Resident Evil 6 is a really long experience. On average, each chapter took 60 minutes or more to complete, with my total run time being 23 hours.
Co-Op for Ada’s Campaign You’ll get online, split play, and co-op play with Ada’s campaign. Co-op play in Ada’s campaign differs from that of the other campaigns. Ada’s partner is limited to a co-op-only agent.
Ada is as much in love with Leon Kennedy as every psychopath is with the one person they allow to live so they can point to that person and say “I’m not a monster. I didn’t kill them.” She uses him and nothing more.