Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2024)

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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 6/10
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 30-40 Hours
  • Offline Trophies: 40 (1Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (1), 4Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2), 10Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (3), 35Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (4))
  • Number of missable trophies: All non-automatic storytrophies are missable, there is no chapter select
  • Glitched trophies:0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, must beat game on Hardcore in a New Game with S+ Rank (can’t earn S+ in New Game Plus).Must also beat Professional with A-rank for the “Chicago Sweeper” weapon.
  • Do difficulty trophies stack?: Yes and No. Beating game on Professional with S+ unlocks the trophies for beating Hardcore S+ & Standard S+. However, beating Hardcore S+ does not unlock Standard S+. Beating the game on Professional also unlocks the trophies for beating game on Standard and Hardcore.
  • Minimum Playthroughs:Technically 4, but this would require having platinumed the game before and already knowing it perfectly. Realistically, 6+ playthroughs. See General FAQ section below for more info on this.
  • PS4/PS5 Autopop & Save Transfer:Yes, there is Save Transfer and Trophies Autopop but only from PS4 to PS5, not PS5 to PS4
  • PS4/PS5 Crossbuy:Yes
  • Free-Roam / Chapter Select after Story?:No Chapter Select, No Free-Roam.New Game+ is available and everything except Treasure Progress carries over.
  • Supports Manual Saves?:Yes, 20 Manual Save Slots, 1 Autosave Slot
  • Release Date:March 24, 2023 (Mercenaries Mode released on April 07, 2023)

Introduction

Welcome to the Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide! Following the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 it is now time for the remake of the genre-defining classic from 2005. While being very close to the original game in terms of story and locations, the game got changed a lot and will catch even veterans by surprise. Gameplay is similar to the previous remakes, but faster and more action-focused. The parry mechanic is anew addition and is definitely something you will have to master throughout your multiple playthroughs of the game.

The game is divided into 16 chapters, spread throughout 3 main areas: Village (Chapter 1-6), Castle (Chapter 7-12), Island (Chapter 13-16).It gets progressively harder with each area. You can’t backtrack to an area you have finished, so once you reach the castle there is no way of going back to the village and once you reach the island there is no going back to the castle.

The trophy list looks pretty straightforward at first glance, but actually hides a couple of surprises that make the platinum journeymore tricky. Most notably, the two Extra Content Shop Weapons “Handcannon” and “Chicago Sweeper” are required for all weapons. These require you to beat Professional with an A-Rank and beat all Mercenaries Maps with an S-Rank. This and the other playthrough-spanning trophies lead to a mixture of multiple playthoughs.

General FAQ:

Let’s start with a short overview of what kind of playthroughs are actually needed:

  • a 100% playthroughfor completing all Treasures & Castellans & Merchant Requests -> for all collectible trophies & chapter-specific trophies
  • a playthrough on Standard Difficulty with the final rating of S+ -> Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (5) Mission Accomplished S+ (*does not stack with Hardcore S+)
  • a playthrough on Hardcore Difficulty with final rating of S+ -> Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (6) S+ Rank Investigator
  • a playthrough while using only knives and handguns -> Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (7) Minimalist
  • a playthrough without using any healing items -> Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (8) Frugalist
  • a playthrough wihout talking to the merchant even once -> Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (9) Silent Stranger
  • a playthrough on Professional Difficulty with final rating of at least A -> Unlocks “Chicago Sweeper” weapon for Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (10) Gun Fanatic
  • Getting S-Rank on the 3 Mercenaries Mode Maps -or- a playthrough on Professional difficulty on New Game without using any special weapons ->Unlocks “Handcannon” weapon for Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (11) Gun Fanatic

How many minimumplaythroughs are needed for the platinum? It depends on multiple factors.

  1. Do you want to go for the fast route or the more doable route? – You can surely combine many requirements into a single run, but it will make the whole journey more difficult. You can also go for more runs in a specific order to it easier. So it is either a very difficult route with fewer playthroughs, or multiple but easier playthroughs.
  2. What is the minimum number of playthroughs needed? – The absolute minimum number of playthroughs needed is 4 but it would require an unrealistic amount of knowledge aboutthegame before even playing it.You need to finish the game on Standard with S+, Hardcore with S+, Professional with A rank and New Game + to collect enough money to buy the Infinite Rocket Launcher (2 Million ptas) since you can’t afford it after a single run. Finishing it in 4 playthroughs is both very difficult and very unrealistic though, since it would require having platinumed the game already once. It is very unlikely one will be able to finish the gameon Standard with an S+ rank onthe first playthrough while being fast enough to get all collectibles and chapter-specific trophies. Additionally S+ rank trophies do NOT stack, you will have to finish it on both difficulties individually (beating Hardcore S+ does not unlock Standard S+ trophy). There is one exception, beating Professional S+is the only difficulty that stacks and unlocks bothtrophies for Hardcore S+ and Standard+. However, since Pro S+ isn’t needed for any trophy it’smucheasier to do two separate runs for Standard S+ and Hardcore S+.
  3. What is the realistic number of playthroughs needed? – The more realistic number of playthroughs is 6.
  4. What is the number of playthroughs for the “easiest” way of earning the platinum? – If you want to make the platinum as easy as the game allows it to be, it would be 6 playthroughs.

Why is it easier when going for more playthroughs?

  • Some of the runs are easier in New Game+ (such as no healing, knife/handgun only, not talking to merchant)
  • You can unlock Special Weapons and Costumes/Accessories that will makethings easier, such as Infinite Rocket Launcher in New Game+
  • Even though an additional run means more replays, it doesn’t necessarily mean it will take longer to platinum in general, since spending a few hours on a run might help you save some time you would lose by dyingrepeatedly trying to force everything intoa harder run.

What are the special weapons and accessories/costumes?

Thereare a total of 4 special weapons you can unlock.Costumes and accessories can be changed in the Story Menu and will be active for all your savefiles and will not void any challenges or trophies.

  • Infinite Rocket Launcher – available at the Merchant Shop from New Game+ onwards -> not available on a “New Game” run (can’t use it for S+ Ranks because they require a New Game)
  • Primal Knife – unlocked by destroying all 16 Clockwork Castellans -> can be used for fresh runs towards S+ rating
  • Chicago Sweeper – unlocked by finishing Professional Mode with a rating of at least A -> can be used for fresh runs towards S+ rating
  • Handcannon – unlocked by either getting S-Rank on the 3 Mercenaries Mode maps (easier) -or- finishing Professional Mode on New Game without using Special Weapons (harder) -> Special Weapon, voids the “no Special Weapons” Challenge but can be used for fresh runs towards S+ rating
  • Armor for Ashley – unlocked by finishing Hardcore Mode or higher with an A rank -> makes Ashley invulnerable to all damage and impossible for enemies to carry her away
  • Deer Antlers – unlocked by finishing Standard Mode with S+ rank -> Your knife attacks will be stronger while wearing it (less useful than the other unlocks)
  • Chicken Hat – unlocked by finishing Hardcore Mode with S+ rank -> greatly reduces the damage taken (great to wear for a no-healing playthrough)

Which strategy will used in the Roadmap?

The roadmap will cover the easiest path with more playthroughs. Feel free to combine some extra requirements if you feel up for it. The roadmap is meant to show the most convenient wayto platinum.

Step 1: Get S-Ranks on 3 Mercenaries Maps to unlock “Handcannon” (Best Weapon)

Before starting the main game, go download the free “Mercenaries” DLC from PlayStation Store. It doesn’t come preinstalledand must be downloaded as a separate item. From the game’s title screen click “The Mercenaries”. Beat the 3 maps with an S Rank (with 1 character is enough) to unlock the Handcannon weapon in the Extra Content Shop. This is the best weapon in the game and having it unlocked from the start is going to make Platinum significantly easier. It’s also mandatory for Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (12) Gun Fanatic (all weapons).

The S Rank requirements are very lenient. Kill enemies in quick succession to keep up your comboand get as many kills as possible before dying or time running out. If you can do x100 kills combo (displayed in top right corner) you should get enough points for an S-Rank (S+ and S++ not required). Play as Leon, activate the green bubbles for bonus time and yellow bubbles for instant Mayhem Mode. When stronger enemies spawn, activate Mayhem Mode with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (13) + Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (14) and shoot them with the Sniper or Shotgun for a quick kill. Other than that just try to stay alive as long as possible and kill enemies in quick succession to keep up your combo. You can shoot enemies in the leg with the pistol and then perform a kick when the Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (15) button prompt shows to instant kill them. This savesammo and also hurts surrounding enemies. When your health gets low press Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (16) to open inventory and consume a health spray or herbs.

After getting S-Rank on all 3 Mercenaries Maps you will receive a notification that the Handcannon is unlocked. You can buy it from Title Screen > Bonuses > Extra Content Shop > Weapons for 1000 CP.
You won’t have enough CP right away, you get CP from completing story chapters, trophies and challenges. You will also need to buy an Exclusive Upgrade Ticket from the merchant to add infinite ammo to the Handcannon. This Ticket becomes available in Chapter 7. Continue with Step 2for now until you reach Chapter 7. After reaching Chapter 7 remember to buy Handcannon from the Extra Content Shop, then you can redeem it from any typewriter storage (save points). Talk to a merchant and buy the “Exclusive Upgrade Ticket” for 30 Spinels at any point during or after Chapter 7. In the merchant’s upgrade section redeem this ticket on the Handcannon and it will get infinite ammo! Now you have a magnum with infinite ammo that kills enemies in 1 hit.

Note: If you want to make it even easier and don’t mind spending extra money, buy the DLC called “Resident Evil 4 Weapon Exclusive Upgrade Ticket x1 (A)”. This will give you one Upgrade Ticket from the start. Then instead of waiting until Chapter 7 you can already use it in Chapter 2 at the first merchant toupgrade Handcannon to Infinite ammo. This will also make the S+ playthroughs significantly easier because you already have an infinite weapon from Chapter 2 onward (instead of Chapter 7 without this DLC).

Step 2:100% Playthrough on Assisted, Keep Manual Savefrom Chapter 16 Merchant

In the first playthrough you will want to get all collectibles and chapter-specific trophies out of the way. Playing on Assistedis recommended to make the chapter-specific trophies easier but you can also play on Standard if you prefer a more authentic horror-survival experience. Simply follow the collectible guide and you will get everything possible on the first playthrough:Resident Evil 4 Remake Collectible Guide.Should you getstuck anywhere you can alsorefer toResident Evil 4 Remake Walkthrough.

Finishing the game should also allow you to max out your health from yellow herbs. For the biggest health upgrade combine Yellow + Green + Red herbs into one mixture. You should also fullyupgrade a pistol (Blacktail is recommended). We will be using the pistol a lot in the second run so an upgraded pistol is very helpful. Don’t sell gemstones directly to the merchant. Instead, inlaygems into treasures, then you can sell the treasures at a much higher price. In the long run this earns you more money. Selling weapons and treasures is fine for trophy purposes.

There’s no point attempting knife/pistol-only on this playthrough because you have to use other weapons and grenades for various trophies.Likewise, not talking to the merchantwon’t work because you have to talk to him to finish the merchant requests and to upgrade your inventory/weapons.Not using healing items would makethis run much harder even on Assisted and is better donein New Game+ with the Infinite Rocket Launcher.

In Chapter 16 keep a Manual Save at the merchant! After collecting the 16th Castellan (which is after last merchant) continue to finish the story> go to Main Menu > Bonuses > Extra Content Shop > buy Primal Knife. Reload the last Manual Save from Chapter 16 at merchant > fully upgrade the Primal Knife to make it unbreakable. You can spend 30-40 Spinels on an Exclusive Upgrade Ticket to max it out. If you don’t have enough money for upgrades, sell some other gear but not your upgraded pistol. Therecommended pistol to upgrade is the Blacktail, it’s easy to handle and its exclusive upgrade gives a x1.5 damage multiplier to kill some enemies in 1 headshot. Also buy as many First Aid Sprays, Resources (S) and Gunpowder (from trading) as your inventory can hold, these carry over into New Game+ and can be used for healing and to craft pistol ammo. Now with the fully upgraded Primal Knife & upgraded Pistol, finish the last story part again. Now you have the unbreakable knife ready for New Game+ and won’t have to talk to the merchant in the next run.

Step 3: FinishNew Game Plususing onlyPistols/Knives, Don’t Talk to Merchant

Start New Game+ onAssisted difficulty based on your save that has the fully upgraded Primal Knife & Pistol. Finish this playthrough without ever interacting with the merchant and using only the fully upgraded Primal Knife & Pistol. DON’Tthrow grenades, eggs or anything else. Both flash grenades and explosive grenades would void this run. You can check the counter under Challenges > Main Story > Minimalist, it has to stay at 0. If you use anything that voids this trophy the Challenge counter will be 1 or higher. It’s best to check this counter after each chapter and to save in a different slot after each chapter, in casesomething goes wrong you can reload the nearest save and replay from there.

The only exceptions where you can use other weapons are:

  • You are allowed to shoot explosive barrels throughout the game
  • You are allowed to use the Harpoons during Del Lago boss fight (Chapter 3)
  • You are allowed to kill enemies with Cannons in the castle (Chapter 7+8)
  • You are allowed to have enemies get killed with the wrecking ball (Chapter 14)
  • You are allowed to kill enemies with the machine guns on the Island (Chapter 15)
  • You are allowed to use the Special Rocket Launcher at the end of Saddler Boss Fight (Chapter 16)

Note that the Handcannon counts as a “Magnum” and not pistol so you can’t use it during this run.

If you need a reminder on Puzzle Solutions you can check them here to save time:Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions.

Step 4: New Game Plus Professional A-Rank (Finish under 7:00 Hours)

Professional Mode is unlocked after beating the story once on any difficulty. Load your completed Knife/Pistol save and select Professional Mode. At the start of this run buy the Infinite Rocket Launcher for 2 Million ptas from the first merchant. This weapon is only available in New Game+. There is a New Game+ exclusive merchant right at the start, after exiting the first house turn around to see him (just before first typewriter). You can sell your loot from the previous runs and can sell previously upgraded weapons you no longer need. Now with the Infinite Rocket Launcher finish Professional under 7 Hours to get A-Rank. This unlocks the “Chicago Sweeper” weapon in the Extra Content Shop for Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (17) Gun Fanatic. Only the final time matters for your rank, nothing else impacts it.

If you get a Game Over it keeps adding to your time with each death. There is a workaround:In Game Over Screen click Quit to Main Menu > Load Game > Load LastSave from Main Menu.

This resets you to the time you had at the lastsave before dying. DON’T click “Continue” or “Load Game” in the Game Over Screen, this wouldn’treset your time.In other words, you have to quit to the main menu each time you die. Pausing the game also stops the timer if you want to take a break, but opening the inventory does not.Also be careful not to shoot Ashley since it can kill her.

If you need a reminder on Puzzle Solutions you can check them here to save time: Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions.

Step 5: Standard S+ Rank (Finish under 5:00 Hours) and Hardcore S+ Rank (Finish under 5:30 Hours)

The trophies for Hardcore S+ and Standard S+ do not stack. Meaning, getting Hardcore S+ won’t unlock Standard S+, you will have to do them in two separate playthroughs. There is one exception, beating Professional S+is the only difficulty that stacks and unlocks bothtrophies for Hardcore S+ and Standard+. However, since Pro S+ isn’t needed for any trophy it’s easier to do two separate runs forHardcore S+ and Standard S+.

You can only get S+ rank in NEW GAME (not New Game+). This means you have to start from scratch and can’t carry over anything from previous playthroughs. No infinite rocket launcher either since that’s only available in New Game Plus. The only important thing forHardcore S+ and Standard S+ is how long you take to beat the game, nothing else matters.

The easiest method for both S+ runs is pretty much the same. Finish the Village Section using everything you can find and finish all the Merchant Requests -> this will get you 31 Spinels.Then in the Castle (Chapter 7) you can buy the Exclusive Upgrade Ticket for 30 Spinels and use it on the Chicago Sweeper or Handcannon, whichare the Extra Content Shop Weapons. You now have a weapon with infinite ammo for the rest of the run, making it pretty easy. Also try to saveenough money to buy 2 rocket launchers. One before Salazar fight and one before Saddler fight. It saves timesince the Rocket Launcher defeats bosses in one hit. Finishing Hardcore with the S+ rank will unlock the Chicken Hat in the bonus menu which greatlyreduces damage taken andcan be equipped if you still need to do a No Healing playthrough.

Remember that if you die, don’t click Continue/Load in the Game Over Screen. Instead, quit to Main Menu and load the last save from there to avoid the deaths adding to your total time.

If you need a reminder on Puzzle Solutions you can check them here to save time:Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions. Below is a full speedrun video if you want to see how to get through specific sections.

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Note: If you want to make it even easier and don’t mind spending extra money, buy the DLC called “Resident Evil 4 Weapon Exclusive Upgrade Ticket x1 (A)”. This will give you one free Upgrade Ticket from the start. Then instead of waiting until Chapter 7 you can already use it in Chapter 2 at the first merchant toupgrade Handcannon to Infinite ammo.

Step 6: No Healing Playthrough in Assisted Difficulty New Game+

Do another quick Assisted New Game+ speedrun with the Infinite Rocket Launcher and Infinite Handcannon.Don’t use any healing items such as health sprays, herbs, eggs and fish for Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (19) Frugalist. Be sure to wear the Chicken Hat that you unlocked from Hardcore S+, it greatly reduces damage received.

If you take any big damage before the Chapter 11 Krauser boss, reload the last autosave immediately. You will want to enter this fight with at least 70% health or else it can get too difficult to finish. You only have your knife in this fight and can’t one-hit him with the Rocket Launcher.

Useful Tips, Tricks and Guides:

  • Resident Evil 4 Remake Collectible Guide
  • Resident Evil 4 Remake Walkthrough
  • Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide

DLC Guides:

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (20)Cuz Boredom Kills Me
Obtain all trophies.
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Earn all other trophies in Resident Evil 4 Remake to unlock Platinum (no DLC required).
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (22)Knife Basics
Parry an enemy with a knife.
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When an enemy is about to hit you with a melee weapon, such as an axe, press Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (24) to perform a Parry. Your knife will hit the enemy’s weapon and deflect it when timed correctly. You are given a proper tutorial for this at the start of Chapter 2, you will likely get the trophy during this tutorial if you don’t already have it by this point. Alternatively, you can also Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (25) attack with your knife at the same time an enemy attacks with a melee weapon, when both weapons collide and deflect each other it also counts as a Parry.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (26)My Preferred Piece
Upgrade a weapon.
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Talk to the merchant and go to “Tune Up” in order to upgrade your weapon in exchange for money. The trophy will unlock after upgrading a weapon for the first time.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (28)A Masterpiece
Get the exclusive upgrade for a weapon.
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Exclusive upgrades become available in the Castle after reaching Chapter 7. There are 2 ways of getting the exclusive upgrade:
  1. Upgrade a weapon fully in all categories with money
  2. Exchange 30 Spinels for a ticket that lets you get the exclusive upgrade immediately

Spinels can be obtained by finishing requests for the merchant throughout the 3 locations and also a few of them (but just a few) can be found in the world or will be dropped by some enemies (Plagas-Knights in Chapter 9 drop a few). You can actually get more than 30 Spinels during the Village part of the game and get an exclusive upgrade immediately in the Castle if you want.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (30)Nice One, Stranger!
Complete a request for the Merchant.
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Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (32)Talk About Near-Death Experience!
Rescue Ashley as she’s being carried away by the enemy.
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Chapter 5

Once Ashley joins you in Chapter 5 you will be tasked with protecting her from the enemies. When Ashley gets attacked by the enemies, she gets grabbed and the enemy will start walking away while carrying Ashley. Simply shoot the enemy or get close to it to trigger stabbing with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (35) to save Ashley. You have to wait until the enemies starts walking away, if you shoot the enemy while he’s still busy picking up Ashley it won’t unlock.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (36)Revolt Against the Revolting
Destroy a Clockwork Castellan.
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Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (38)Harpoon Hurler
Defeat Del Lago.
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Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks at the end of Chapter 3. The fight against Del Lago takes place on a big lake with Leon on a boat and the big fish-like creature towing the boat. You will have to throw harpoons at the monster by holding Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (40) to aim Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (41) to throw them, while avoiding obstacles like branches on the lake.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (42)Grilled Big Cheese
Defeat Bitores Méndez.
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Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocksduring Chapter 6. The fight against Méndez is the final boss of the Village section. You will fight him in a burning house and the fight is divived in 2 phases. During the first phase it is recommended to be on the upper level of the arena and parry with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (44) or dodge with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (45) to avoid getting hit, while shooting the eye on his back after a succesful parry.

The second phase of the fight has Méndez swinging on the wooden beams below the ceiling. He will back up to the back of the arena and will throw burning wooden beams at you which you have to dodge by running left or right or grabbing 2 barrels which you can shoot to explode. He will also come at you with a stab which you will have avoid by moving away from his line of attack. Once up close he will attack with a few moves that you can either dodge with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (46) or by moving to the side. When he is up close it is your opportunity to use a short-range weapon for some good damage. When he is far away it is better to focus on dodging and only using long-range weapons like a sniper rifle.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (47)Wave Goodbye, Right Hand
Defeat the Verdugo.
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Chapter 10

You will fight Verdugo at the end of Chapter 10. While fighting him is required, killing him actually isn’t in order to progress through the game. For this trophy, however, you will have to kill him. You will have to follow the long corridor until you reach a dead end and enter the room on the right to activate power in the area. Then a new path will open at the dead end leading to a room with another switch, which activates the power support for the elevator you will have to use after defeating Verdugo. When heading towards the room with the switch for the elevator Verdugo will start attacking you from the floor and the ceiling and you will have to dodge his attacks with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (50) .

In the room with the elevator Verdugo will come out of hiding and the fight will begin. In order to defeat Verdugo you will have to activate the switches on the walls which trigger a liquid nitrogen shower. Lure Verdugo into those traps. Once frozen he takes massive damage. Blast him with shotgun shells and grenades. After beating him up a bit he will run away and hide again and you will have to repeat the process. Back in the corridors use the remaining 3 liquid nitrogen showers on him while dodging his attacks. Defeating Verdugo calls the elevator immediately and saves some time over just waiting. Should you not feel comfortable fighting him in later runs, you can dodge, parry and run away from him until the elevator arrives.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (51)No Thanks, Bro!
Defeat Ramón Salazar.
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Salazar is the final boss of the castle area of the game. The fight has been reworked a lot compared to the original game. He is no longer stationary but moves through the arena all the time. He will be creeping across the room, dropping small mines on the floor which will damage you when close. His main attack, though, is telegraphed by a screech after which he will spit acid in a straight line at you and once you dodge it, his “cage” will be open for a short time giving you an opportunity to attack his weakspot. Another attack of his is an insta-kill grab which will eat you up if you don’t move away when he gets close to you. On higher difficulties and speedruns it is recommended to use a Rocket Launcher to kill him in one hit to save time and resources.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (53)You Used to Be a Good Guy
Defeat Jack Krauser.
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You will fight Krauser twice – once in Chapter 11 and once in Chapter 14. The trophy is a reward for finishing him in Chapter 14. The fight takes place in old ruins, which you will have to navigate while taking cover from his attacks in the first phase. Once you reach the valve for a door, Krauser will ambush you and you will have to damage him until he throws a flash grenade and leaves. Once the door is open you will continue through the ruins which will be full of traps for you to destroy (mines, bear traps and turrets shooting at you). In a big open area Krauser will shoot you from the ruins on the other side and you will have to get closer to him while taking cover behind destructible walls. At the end he will throw a couple grenades at you once you reach the stairs but if you are quick and run straight ahead you can get past their radius before they explode.

The second phase is similar to the first one – damage him and he will throw a flash grenade at you after which you will have to dodge his attack using Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (55) . After doing it 2-3 times he will get buffed and the road to the final phase begins. You will walk through a dark corridor and Krauser will ambush you a few times. After climbing a ladder you will reach the area of the final fight. Parry or dodge his attacks and deal damage to him once he no longer hides behind his mutated arms. He will jump up a cliff during the fight, followed by an AoE attack. Once you see the cutscene of him doing it, climb up one of the ladders since you are safe on the upper level.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (56)You’re Small Time!
Defeat Osmund Saddler.
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Final boss of the game. Keep damaging the eyes on his legs until you can attack his face. You will have to keep repeating this procedure until he dies. In between, he will move to the big tower in the middle and will summon hordes of Novistadors to attack you. After finishing him you will end up in between his tentacles and will have to dodge his tentacle attacks until Ada throws you a Special Rocket Launcher to finish him off.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (58)Shield Your Eyes
Defeat 3 enemies at once with a flash grenade.
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An easy spot for this is in Chapter 3. Shortly after the church you will reach the entrance of the Quarry. At the Quarry Entrance (just after a blue merchant request letter on the wall), there will be lots of crows on the ground. Throw a flash grenade at them, it will kill all crows in one go and they count for the trophy.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (61)Never Heard It Coming
Defeat a Garrador using only knives.
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Chapter 7

Garradors are the blind enemies with claws on their hands. They can’t see you so you can just crouch behind them for a free hit with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (64) and wait for them to calm down again to repeat the process. Best done against the first Garradorin Chapter 7, in the dungeon.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (65)Two Bugs, One Stone
Kill 2 parasites inside a Regenerador with a single bullet.
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Chapter 13

In Chapter 13 you will encounter Regenardors for the first time. The first 2 you will fight are mean since you can’t see their weakspots for now. It is best to just shoot their leg off and run. Once you receive the Level 2 security card and will have to upgrade it to Level 3 you will need a wrench for the card terminal. In the same room you can find a Thermal Vision Scope (Biosensor Scope) which you can attach to a sniper rifle or a machine gun. Attach it to a sniper rifle and aim to see the weak spots. The Regenerador in the 2nd tank on the left is easiest. Since they are not moving from the tanks until you shoot them, you can line up a shot with the sniper rifle to destroy 2 parasites at the same time.Any sniper rifle is strong enough to destroy 2 weak spots in 1 bullet, you don’t need any damage upgrades.

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Throw a grenade into Ramón Salazar’s mouth.
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Chapter 12

During the fight against Salazar at the end of Chapter 12 throw a grenade at him, once hismouth (weak spot) is open.

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Use a cannon to defeat a zealot.
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Chapter 7

You will operate 2 cannons during the game – at the beginning of Chapter 7 and later in Chapter 8. Simply shoot one of the standard enemies with it. Shooting other cannons doesn’t count, it has to be one of the normal enemies that’s walking around.

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Make it through both minecart sections in the underground tunnel without taking any damage.
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Chapter 11

In chapter 11 you will have to get through 2 minecart sections with Luis. There is a small break between them. Memorize the enemies and shoot them as early as possible to avoid taking damage. When you see sparks on the tracks, lean in the same direction as Luis to avoid getting derailed. When there are wooden boards in your way or yellow swtich-signs, shoot those. Luckily you can simplyreload the autosave should you get hit. If you finish the first section without getting hit, but get hit on the second one, you can still just reload the autosave during the second section and it will still count. You can see the minecart health in the bottom right corner of the screen, it can’t take any hits.

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Reach the top of the clock tower without the lift stopping once.
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Chapter 12

During chapter 12 you will go up an elevator in the clock tower. For this trophy you are not allowed to have any enemies jump onto the elevator at all. You will have to shoot the enemies pre-emptively to avoid having them on the elevator. Memorize their spawns or simply go for it during your Infinite Rocket Launcher run in New Game+, should you have any troubles with it. A fully upgraded TMP also works great here. If an enemy jumps onto the elevator reload the last autosave to retry. There is an autosave right before activating the elevator. However, avoid backtracking down the clocktower to the previous merchant, doing so would overwrite your autosave and creates one at the bottom of the clocktower, then you’d have to spend 1 minute running up the tower each time you want to retry. As long as you don’t do any backtracking the checkpoint will stay right in front of the elevator.

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Escape on the water scooter without taking any damage.
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Chapter 16

At the very end of the game in Chapter 16, you will be on a jetski, navigating through tunnels. Your jetski’s health is displayed in the bottom right corner. Simply don’t hit any obstacles. If you see small sparks from scratching a wall it’s okay as long as the health doesn’t go down. While this section is timed, you have much more time than needed and can slow down quite a lot. So don’t worry about going full speed, just take it slowly and safely. If you take damage, pause the game and reload the last autosave.

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Sell a single treasure for at least 100000 ptas.
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Chapter 11

The only way to reach a value of 100,000 ptas for a treasure is combing an Elegant Crown treasure with 5 different-coloured gems (Round: Blue, Yellow & Squared: Red, Green, Purple), or combining it with 2x Yellow Diamond & 3x Red Beryl. You can find 2 crowns in the game, one at the end of the flooded sewer section in Chapter 11, before you break down the wall toclimb up the ladder to the merchant, and on in Chapter 13 in a side area just before entering a facility with a tripwire at the door, and a typewriter inside.

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Obtain all treasures indicated on the village treasure map in a single playthrough.
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Obtain all treasures indicated on the castle treasure map in a single playthrough.
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Obtain all treasures indicated on the island treasure map in a single playthrough.
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Obtain all weapons.
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Complete all requests from the Merchant.
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Destroy all Clockwork Castellans.
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Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (98)Promising Agent
Complete the main story on Standard mode or higher.
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Simply finish the game on Standard of higher difficulty. You will get this automatically while going for the other S+ rank trophies.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (100)Mission Accomplished S+
Complete the main story on Standard mode with an S+ rank.
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SeeS+ Rank Investigator.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (102)Proficient Agent
Complete the main story on Hardcore mode or higher.
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Complete the main story on Hardcore mode with an S+ rank.
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To get Hardcore S+ you must finish a NEW GAME (New Game+ not allowed) in under 5 hours 30 minutes total playtime. Only the playtime determines your rank, it doesn’t matter how many enemies you defeat, how often you save or die. S+ ranks are not obtainable in New Game+ so you are going to have to start a completely new game from scratch.

The absolute easiest way of getting S+ rank on hardcore is finishing the game on New Game+ Professional with an A-rank first since it will unlock the Chicago Sweeper bonus weapon. You want to play through the game normally in the Village section, while finishing all Merchant Requeststo get 31 Spinels. Requests are mostly on your main path and will only lose you a few minutes.

Then in the Castle (Chapter 7) you can buy the Exclusive Upgrade Ticket for 30 Spinels. Use it on the Chicago Sweeper which you can grab from the Storage at the Typewriter and it will unlock infinite ammo for it. After obtaining it, the game will become a lot easier and you should not have much trouble against the enemies. It is still recommended to buy 2 Rocket Launchers. One before Salazar and one before Saddler, simply to finish them off quickly, since those fights can drag on a long time otherwise.

Important:If you get a Game Over it keeps adding to your time with each death. There is a workaround available:In Game Over Screen click Quit to Main Menu > Load Game > Load Last Autosave from Main Menu.

This resets you to the time you had at the last autosave before dying. DON’T click “Continue” or “Load Game” in the Game Over Screen, this would not reset your time.In other words, you have to quit to the main menu each time you die. Pausing the game also pauses the timer if you want to take a break, but opening the inventory does not.

If you need a reminder on Puzzle Solutions you can check them here to save time:Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions.

My Times Hardcore S+ (finished in 4h 12min – had 1h 18min remaining, so if you are a bit slower than below times it’s fine):

Chapter 1 – 0:00
Chapter 2 – 16:49
Chapter 3 – 27:41
Chapter 4 – 44:14
Chapter 5 – 1:09:10
Chapter 6 – 1:23:40
Chapter 7 – 1:41:16
Chapter 8 – 2:07:59
Chapter 9 – 2:19:33
Chapter 10 – 2:38:12
Chapter 11 – 2:54:56
Chapter 12 – 3:12:04
Chapter 13 – 3:21:31
Chapter 14 – 3:34:54
Chapter 15 – 3:57:25
Chapter 16 – 4:12:17

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Complete the main story on Professional mode.
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Professional Mode is the hardest difficulty in the game. On this difficulty:
  • There are no autosaves, you will have to save manually at a typewriter or between the chapters
  • You can only perfect parry -> you have to time your parries with Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (109) , simply spamming it will not work like on other difficulties.
  • Enemies are extremely aggressive and deal a lot of damage

You will have to finish professional mode with an A-rank in order to unlock the Chicago Sweeper weapon and also without using any special weapons on a fresh savefile to unlock the Handcannon special weapon. It is highly recommended to do it in 2 runs instead of a single one for multiple reasons:

  • Finishing the game on NG+ with an infinite Rocket Launcher will make the A-rank a lot easier and will not only unlock the Chicago Sweeper but also the Knight Armor for Ashley which will make her immune to damage and not killable
  • Doing a new game run separately from the A-rank will allow you to take your time to collect more treasures and resources on your way, without having to rush through the game like crazy

How to make Professional difficulty New Game without Bonus Weapons easier:

  • As mentioned before, using the Knight Armor for Ashley helps a huge amount
  • Finishing the game on Hardcore with S+ will unlock the Chicken Hat which reduces all the damage you take, so doing it before NG Professional is a goodidea
  • You are not allowed to use the previously unlocked Primal Knife and Chicago Sweeper but you can sell them to the merchant for free 50,000 Ptas at the start of the game

General Tips:

  • Save a lot on different save files should you mess up your situation with ammunition or healing
  • Collect all the treasures you can and combine them with gemstones for the highest payout to be able to afford 2 Rocket Launchers which you should use on Salazar and Saddler
  • Save up your grenades for the Double Garrador Room in Castle in Chapter 10 since that room can be very challenging on Professional Difficulty
  • Don’t waste your ammo on fights you can avoid, like first 2 Regeneradors in Chapter 13, simply shoot their legs and run

If you need a reminder on Puzzle Solutions you can check them here to save time:Resident Evil 4 Remake All Puzzle Solutions.

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Complete the main story within 8 hours.
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The game can be finished a lot faster than 8 hours, so this Speedrun Trophy is very forgiving. During a New Game+ Speedrun you can finish the game in under 3 hours. You will get this automatically while going for the S+ rank trophies, which require you to beat the game much faster than 8 hours anyway.
Resident Evil 4 Remake Trophy Guide & Roadmap (112)Frugalist
Complete the main story without using a recovery item.
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Finish the game without healing (don’t use herbs / health sprays / consumables like fish or eggs). It is recommended to do it in New Game+ on Assisted Difficulty while having your health already maxed out and having an infinite weapon. You can use the Merchant to refresh your body armor in New Game+ as well to reduce the damage received.
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Complete the main story using only knives and handguns. (Excluding specific battles.)
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Best done on a New Game+ Assisted difficulty playthrough. Upgrade your pistol to the maximum and do the same with the Primal Knife youcan buy in the Extra Content Shop afterdestroying all 16 Castellans and you are good to go. The best pistol to fully upgrade is the Blacktail, it’s easy to handle and its exclusive upgrade gives a x1.5 damage multiplier which is enough to kill some enemies in 1 headshot. Also buy as many First Aid Sprays, Resources (S) and Gunpowder (from trading) as your inventory can hold. These can be used for constant healing and to craft pistol ammo.

You are not allowed to use anything but Pistols and Knives with a few exceptions:

  • You are allowed to shoot explosive barrels throughout the game
  • You are allowed to use the Harpoons during Del Lago boss fight (Chapter 3)
  • You are allowed to kill enemies with Cannons in the castle (Chapter 7+8)
  • You are allowed to have enemies get killed with the wrecking ball (Chapter 14)
  • You are allowed to kill enemies with the machine guns on the Island (Chapter 15)
  • You are allowed to use the Special Rocket Launcher at the end of Saddler Boss Fight (Chapter 16)

You can check in Challenges under Minimalist challenge if you used anything else. The challenge counter has to stay at 0. You aren’t allowed to toss any flash grenades or explosive grenades or eggs either.It’s best to check this counter after each chapter and to save in a different slot after each chapter, in casesomething goes wrongyou can reload the nearest save and replay from there.

It’s best to combine this with another trophy, ideally for not talking to the merchant. To do this, keep a Save in Chapter 16 at the Merchant. After the story, buy the Primal Knife from Extra Content Shop, reload the Chapter 16 Save, fully upgrade the Knife/Pistol/craft as much ammo as you can hold and buy as manyFirst Aid Sprays as possible. Then finish the last story part again and create a new “finished game” save. Load this save to start New Game+ on Assisted. Now that you have an unbreakable knife and lots of ammo/healing items you will never need to talk to the merchant and can run past all enemies.

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Complete the main story without talking to the Merchant once.
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Best done in New Game +. With an upgraded inventory or an infinite weapon there will be no need talking the merchant. Simply finish the game without talking to him once. Can be combined with something else like Pistol/Knife only playthrough.
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Complete a game at the shooting range.
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Earn an S rank in all games at the shooting range.
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You will have to get the S rank on all 12 stages of the shooting range. You can find a total of 5 shooting ranges next to merchants throughout the game. They are in Chapter 3, Chapter 9, Chapter 11, Chapter 14, Chapter 15. Each shooting range adds 3 more challenges except the last one which doesn’t add new challenges and only lets you replay old ones. Missing one shooting range doesn’t matter, since the next one will have the previous challenges as well. Technically you cando all of them in a row at the final shooting range in Chapter 15 if you ignored them until then.

Ranks are based on your score in the challenge. In general, you will want to avoid hitting sailors and do the bonus round objective. After finishing a challenge once, you will be able to see the requirement to unlock the Bonus Round of the challenge (displayed at the bottom of the shooting range selection screen). Do this bonus objective, then during the Bonus Round you cangainmore than enough points to secure an S rank. Shooting the skulls for bonus points also helps but it’s not mandatory to hit all of them if you do the bonus objective.

Based on your score you get a number of Reward Tokens. You can use these Reward Tokens in the vending machine at the shooting range to unlock Charms for your suitcase, they give little bonuses like running faster or getting a discount at the merchant.

If you make a mistake during a challenge, you can pause the game and select “Quit Shooting” to retry immediately.

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Shoot through and destroy 5 targets at the shooting range with a single shot.
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Easily done in the final challenge of the shooting range in Chapter 14 (4-C), since you will have a long line of targets coming at you. Simply usethe Sniper Rifle to shoot through all of them.

DLC Guides:

Changelog:

  • 2023-04-07: The release of “Mercenaries Mode” has made it significantly easier to get the Handcannon. Before, the only way was to finish a New Game on Professional Difficulty without any extra content shop weapons. Now you can get this weapon from the start by getting S-Rank on all Mercenaries maps, which is a significantly easier and faster method. The Roadmap has been rearranged and rewritten for this update. Additionally, a time saver DLC “Weapon Exclusive Upgrade Ticket” was released which can be used to upgrade the Handcannon to Infinite Ammo at the first merchant in Chapter 2, thus making platinum much easier.The difficulty rating has been lowered from 7/10 to 6/10 and from 40 hours to 30-40 hours.

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FAQs

How hard to platinum Resident Evil 4 Remake? ›

Pretty easy. RE4 is a very easy game, and the remake is even easier. Besides, Platinum Trophies should prize skill, not a free-for-all beat the game and you're done. If you're not willing to go the extra mile, you don't deserve it.

What is the hardest trophy in re4r? ›

If this happens, every achievement will become much easier.
  • 8 Peerless Agent.
  • 7 Gun Fanatic.
  • 6 Capacity Compliance.
  • 5 S+ Rank Investigator.
  • 4 Mission Accomplished S+
  • 3 Silent Stranger.
  • 2 Frugalist.
  • 1 Minimalist.
Mar 31, 2023

Do S+ trophies stack in RE4? ›

The difficulty trophies for S+ do not stack. I just watched a professional S+ run, and it's true. Getting a hardcore S+ doesn't grant you the standard S+ trophy, but getting S+ on professional gets you BOTH standard and hardcore S+ trophies.

How to get S+ rank in RE4 remake? ›

Except for the S+ rank on the Professional mode, all RE4 ranks are determined by playtime. On the Assisted difficulty, for example, beating the game in under 15 hours gives the player an A rank; beating it in 4 hours on an NG+ gives them an S; and beating it in under 4 hours on a New Game rewards them with an S+ rank.

Does Resident Evil 4 have missable trophies? ›

Except for story achievements, every other achievement is missable. Some are very difficult to miss but they are all still missable. Before starting, I've outlined what you need to do during each run to get all achievements to 100% in just 3-4 runs.

How long does it take to 100% RE4? ›

When focusing on the main objectives, Resident Evil 4 is about 16 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 61½ Hours to obtain 100% completion.

What is the easiest game to get a platinum trophy in? ›

Games from Telltale Games, such as "The Wolf Among Us," offer easy Platinum trophies that can be achieved within a weekend. Other games like "Burly Men At Sea," "Mr. Massagy," and "Donut County" provide enjoyable experiences and easy Platinum trophies.

Is the resident evil 4 remake the hardest? ›

Resident Evil games are not necessarily known for being ridiculously difficult titles, but the latest entries in the franchise have proven themselves to be contenders for the hardest survival-horror games, including the Resident Evil 4 remake.

Which trophy is the most prestigious? ›

The FIFA World Cup Trophy is arguably the most prestigious award in football. It stands at 36.8 cm tall and weighs 6.1 kg, made of 18-carat gold. The base features two layers of malachite, a semi-precious stone. Created by Italian artist Silvio Gazzaniga in 1974, its current estimated value is around $20 million.

Do headshots do more damage Resident Evil 4? ›

so yea headshots do more damage than shooting other body parts depending on the armor the zombies have of course. ive been shooting their legs all this time so i can melee them and avoid the plaga thing coming out of their heads.

Does pausing stop timer RE4 remake? ›

The timer pauses only when the game is paused (ESC) and when you are on chapter end screen or using a typewriter (yes, you can move items and organize your inventory while using the typewriter).

What do you get for beating RE4 remake on professional? ›

Professional Mode Rewards

Gas Mask Accessory (Grants Aim Assist) - Complete the Main Story on Professional Mode. Handcannon Magnum Weapon - Complete a New Game on Professional Mode without using any Bonus Weapons (Primal Knife and Chicago Sweeper)

Can you use Ashley's armor in S+? ›

Can you use Knight armor with Ashley and the bonus weapons you get with digital deluxe for getting S+ on a fresh save? The digital weapons aren't even bonus weapons i don't see where everyone gets that from. And yes you can use everything for S+, but not for the handcannon.

Can you use infinite weapons for S+ RE4? ›

Remember: If a Challenge Run requires you to get an S+ Rank Rating on a certain difficulty mode, you can only attempt it on a fresh save file. This means you cannot do a New Game+ Run or use the Infinite Rocket Launcher to get an +S Rank Rating!

How to get Ashley's armor in RE4 Remake? ›

How to Get Ashley's Armor Costume in RE4 Remake. To get the armor for Ashley, players will need to set the difficulty to Hardcore and achieve an A rank by beating the campaign in under 10 hours. This will unlock the armor in the Extra Content Shop, which players can then buy for 2,000 CP.

What is the hardest difficulty in RE4 remake? ›

Professional is the hardest in RE4 Remake. No additional difficulties were made.

Is Resident Evil 4 Remake easy? ›

Offhand, I want to say the remake is harder. Melee creates less space, it's harder to stagger, enemies are more mobile and like to spawn behind you and there's a lot of artificial ammo scarcity.

Is Resident Evil 4 hard game? ›

The Resident Evil 4 remake is a difficult game in general, with the remake's shooting range proving to be much more of a challenge, as well as likely favoring fans playing on mouse and keyboard.

Is Resident Evil 4 Remake New Game Plus higher difficulty? ›

You can change the game's difficulty setting when starting New Game Plus. Loading your New Playthrough save after beating the game for the first time will let you pick between Assisted, Standard, Hardcore, and Professional for New Game Plus.

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