Resident Evil 4 Remake It’s the game of the moment. The acclaimed classic of the survival horror saga has landed with renewed strength on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. The game presents many references to the original and also new curiosities.
The adventure of Leon S. Kennedy does not stop generating headlines and it is that Capcom has introduced very interesting new features in order to offer a new perspective of the rescue mission to Ashley. To all this we must add recently discovered particularities.
And it is that Resident Evil 4 Remake can be a lot more complicated or simple depending on the technical capabilities of each version. Yes, yes, what you are reading. We tell you this particular revelation now.
Recently, Reddit user nopenotme10 echoed a particularity within the game: the firing speed of all weapons seems to be tied to the frame rate at which Resident Evil 4 Remake runs:
This has an immediate conclusion and that is that the higher the frame rate, the faster it shoots and, therefore, the easier it is to kill a zombie, since the magazine empties before. Pure logic that led this user to try different weapons and see that, indeed, it affected all of them.
And when it comes to difficulty, this isn’t the only thing that can affect how challenging the game is. The user @Mattmatt10111 has found the way to get through any door with a lock thanks to a sniper rifle.
Basically, what you have to do is stand at the edge of the door, give him the sword, aim his sights at the ground and Leon will go through the barrier and cross to the other side. Simple as this. Take a look at the video that proves it:
You can use the sniper to skip basically any door with a lock on the other side. #ResidentEvil4Remake pic.twitter.com/SAz8aYdk0S
— Bahroo (@AdmiralBahroo) March 27, 2023
We’ll see how this affects speedruns or if Capcom is about to fix it with a patch. In the meantime, a few more news reaches us related to the game, which has already sold 3 million copies in PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S y PC.
Resident Evil 4 dataminers have found clues that point to Separate Ways, Ada’s additional story, coming as DLC.
In the meantime, let’s enjoy some of the curiosities that Resident Evil 4 Remake has left us, such as when it “hits the bell” with a trick that allows you to skip part of the start of the game or with a nod to speedrunners that has not gone unnoticed.
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