With the remake of Resident Evil 4 having arrived late last month, it’s a great time to be a horror game buff in search of something to play with the lights off and scare yourself silly.
Some of these fearless fans have simply set the game to the highest difficulty possible, picked out their favourite weapon and dived into the terrifying action, but others are getting their kicks out of modding the game, just as they did with its demo.
While some of the efforts of these hardcore horror lovers have already added the likes of, John Wick star Keanu Reeves, Thomas the Tank Engine and even some pandas to Resi 4, a new mod brings a familiar face from community fan art to the game.
Fancy adding an iconic fan art rodent to the Resident Evil 4 Remake?
The mod in question is called ‘Moushley Graham - Ratatouille Mod’ and is seemingly the first-ever mod from game developer Cathroon, who has certainly picked something memorable as a basis for their modding debut.
Inspired by viral fan art depicting Ashley Graham as a cute little cartoon mouse, dubbed ‘Moushley Graham’, that’s been taking Resi Twitter by storm for the past week or so, the mod adds a model of the mouse made by TheCapsuleField to Capcom’s latest remaster by sticking it on the crown of Leon’s head via a hair replacement.
Cathroon suggests this is perfect for roleplaying that: “you're actually playing (as) Moushley (Graham) controlling Leon” via “Ratatouille-style” means, providing the foundation for a pretty surreal and possibly cheese-heavy playthrough.
Then again, given that you can kill a cultist nobleman who’s merged himself with a parasite queen by simply lobbing a couple of eggs at him in the vanilla version of the game, adding a bloodthirsty cartoon critter to the mix might not impact your immersion too badly.
If you’re keen to wreak havoc as Moushley during your next trip to Spain, you’ll first need to grab FluffyQuack’s ‘Fluffy Mod Manager’ in order to get things working as they should.
Regardless of whether your version of the Resident Evil 4 Remake has already morphed into a bizarre mess of cute animals and children's TV characters, make sure to check out our massive array of helpful guides and updates on DLC for it.
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