With these 6 tips, your visit to Spain in Resident Evil 4 Remake will turn into a tourist ride

Resident Evil 4 Remake is already among us ready to call us “outsider”, “jerk” and all sorts of bad-sounding things, but we love it. Not surprisingly, the original episode is certainly one of the most beloved in the entire Resident Evil saga. However, we have arrived at this new version and we see that while it remains faithful, there are a series of changes that could make our visit to Spain a bit more difficult than we remembered. For this reason we wanted to leave you 6 tipswhether you are an old player or a new player, to make your return to Las Plagas more comfortable.

6 tips for surviving in Resident Evil 4 Remake

1.- Improve the blade

I think this is the most helpful piece of advice we can give you, as the villagers in this episode are much more aggressive than usual. They are a victim of inflation, you see. The knife It will get you out of more than one tight situation, but it breaks. Therefore, it is best to cure it as soon as possible. Fortunately, you can check out our guide on how to improve the blade in Resident Evil 4 Remake and make your life a lot easier.

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2.- I shoot, I kick

Wasting bullets has always been a waste of time (except in Resident Evil 5, which was the shooting festival). All the enemies in this game last longer than we’re used to, even when playing on a standard difficulty setting. Getting involved in shooting all the monsters, the only thing it will get us is running out of ammo when we need it. So, the shot-stuneo-kick combo it is the ideal. When you see them getting dizzy, finish them off with a good kick.

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3.- The pesetas

Oh, the pesetas! Perhaps some of them are not the most appropriate with Franco’s face, but they are there to remind us of times gone by. They are the bargaining chip in our dealings with the peddler and it is better to save, especially to buy weapons like the rocket launcher with which we can kill a particular boss with a single blow. Don’t waste too much money upgrading starting weapons; the gun is enough for the first few hours.

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4.- Drawers, shelves and cupboards

It is important not to leave any corner without registering. Drawers, shelves and cabinets give us ammunition, jewelry and money. It’s not a complicated game in its exploration, so take a few seconds to take a good look at the environment, as you can leave a lot of valuable resources for later.

5.- A good shot in time…

Let’s not forget that Ashley is annoying, although I doubt anyone has forgotten. There are parts where we have to save her or keep her from getting into the mush. In these cases, especially in the part of the castle, a good shot can greatly save you from the babysitting situation. Of course, not to Ashley, to the bad guys…

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6.- Eye with the chainsaw

My biggest nemesis in this game, way more than Sadler, Salazar or Krauser. Every time this gentleman appears from the orchard, I know drama is coming. The ideal is to end it as soon as possible. This means we bring out our best arsenal, but they are always on the lookout for the possibility to parry him. As with other enemies it is not that important, with this one it is essential if we want to survive.

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