Resident Evil 4 Remake: All Cases

Tanim Hasan
By Tanim Hasan
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Credit: Capcom

Resident Evil 4 Remake introduces different Cases with various passive buffs that the player can use. Here is a list of all the cases with their effect on the game.

Resident Evil 4 Remake sees many big and small changes from the original game. The devs have removed the health bar for Ashley to reduce the frustration that comes with an escort mission. Many sections of the game have been changed to fit the modern standard. But passive buffs are one of the most useful changes in the game series.

The attache case is the way you carry all your weapons and items in Resident Evil 4 Remake. You can swap your attache case in the new Remake to gain different passive buffs. There are few of them in the game, but you’ll either have to buy the Deluxe Edition or buy these cases from the Merchant to unlock them.

So, you don’t have access to them from the start, but they are worth the investment. The buffs some cases provide cannot be ignored while playing through the game. So here is a list of all the cases with the buffs they provide. That way, you will be able to know which one you should invest in and use in your playthrough of the game.

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All Attache Cases in Resident Evil 4 Remake

You can get five different attache cases in Resident Evil 4 Remake. Each of them has a distinctive passive buff they provide to the player. Here is a table outlining all the cases you can find in the game.

Gold CaseIncreases Drop Rate for Pesetas
Silver CaseIncreased drop rate for Handgun Ammo
Red Leather CaseIncreased drop rate for Red Herbs
Black CaseIncreased drop rate for Resources (L)
Classic CaseIncreased drop rate for Gunpowder
All Attache Cases

Choosing the best case for your playthrough will be crucial in this game. You can also change the case based on what you need. Use the lather case if you see yourself running out of Red Herbs. If you want to make more shotgun/SMG ammo, use the black case to get more Resources (L). Just like that, you can change the case from the save menu to better suit your situation and playthrough of the game.

Looking for more Resident Evil 4 Remake guides? You can check out our articles on How to Parry AttacksHow to Swap GunsBest Ways to Save Ammo, and much more!

Tanim Hasan is a Guide Writer at GameRiv working on various games which consists of mostly new releases. His favourite genre is Hack and Slash, and Souls Like. But he is open to play any game regardless of the genre. So he has experience with most genres of games.