You might want to know about the best Attache cases you can try on in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
Welcome back again to the world of Resident Evil, where every step is a gamble, and every corner is a potential Las Paragas ambush. The Resident Evil 4 Remake is the latest installment in this epic survival horror franchise. Every day, it is getting rave reviews from fans and critics alike.
One of the most exciting features of the game is the attache cases, which are essential for survival in the game. Here, we’ll be taking a closer look at these attache cases, and you might get the best one that suits you. Hop in!
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Attache Cases in the Resident Evil 4 Remake
First things first, let’s talk about what Attache Cases are. These nifty cases that you can use to store and organize all your weapons and items in Resident Evil 4 Remake. And let’s face it; when you’re facing hordes of undead monsters, you don’t want to be fumbling around looking for that one weapon you need to take them down.
There are several types of attache cases, each with its unique set of advantages and disadvantages. You might ask, where to get these attachee cases? Well, you’ll find them throughout the game, but they’re not just lying around waiting for you to come across them. You’ll have to solve puzzles, defeat bosses, and explore hidden areas to find them.
However, in the Resident Evil 4 remake, we have not one, but FIVE attache cases to collect! Three can be found during gameplay, one is a deluxe edition bonus, and the best one, the Classic one, is only available to those who pre-order. What a great way to incentivize spending more money! It’s enough to make you feel like you’ve been “zombified” into buying all the editions. Let’s get into the depth of this.
Best Attache Cases
5. Silver Attache Case
Effect: Increased drop rate for Handgun Ammo
Who needs to conserve ammo when you can just increase the drop rate for handgun ammo? It’s like hitting the jackpot every time you kill an enemy. And if you upgrade to the Red 9 Pistol, it’s even more useful—talk about the silver lining! But hey, don’t work too hard to unlock it – it’s already in your inventory. Looks like Leon’s got a silver bullet with this one.
4. Black Attache Case
Price: 8 Spinel
Effect: Increased drop rate for Large Resources
The Black Attache Case is now available from Chapter 4 onwards in Resident Evil 4. And arguably one of the cases in the game! Why settle for just increasing the drop rate of handgun ammo when you can increase the drop rate of Resources? With this case, you can craft various useful items like different types of ammo and grenades. And let’s not forget about the Bolt Thrower, which lets you reuse bolts (unless you use the explosive ones). Looks like this case is a real “black sheep” – in a good way!
3. Gold Attache Case
Effect: Increased drop rate for pesetas
One of the pre-order exclusive cases is the Gold Attache Case, which increases the drop rate of pesetas, the game’s currency. This is a pretty sweet deal, giving Deluxe and Collector’s Edition owners more money to buy ammo and healing supplies. Who knows, you might even be able to splurge on that fancy new gun you’ve been eyeing, all thanks to the extra cash you saved. But for those who didn’t pre-order, you’ll just have to grind your way to the top.
However, let’s not get too excited about the Gold Attache Case’s perk. It’s not quite as useful as the increased drop rate for gunpowder, and you’ll still accumulate a decent amount of pesetas as you make your way through the game. The village isn’t exactly short on treasure, after all. So while it’s a shame that standard edition players miss out on this bonus, it’s not the end of the world.
2. Leather Attache Case
Price: 12 Spinel
Effect: Increased drop rate for Red Herbs
The Leather Attache Case in Resident Evil 4 Remake can be traded for 12 Spinels with the Merchant from Chapter 8 onwards, but honestly, it’s not that big of a deal if you can’t get your hands on it. Sure, it increases the drop rate of red herbs, which can be combined with green herbs to restore your health fully. But let’s face it; you can find plenty of red herbs scattered throughout the game. Compared to the Silver and Black cases, which give you a leg up in combat, this case is like a “leather dud.” But still, it is an upgrade from the last ones.
1. Classic Attache Case
Effect: Increased drop rate for Gunpowder
If you were hoping to get your hands on the Classic Attache Case in Resident Evil 4 Remake, it’s bad news, again. Yes, it comes with exclusive editions of the game. Why is it at the top, you say?
This case increases the drop rate of gunpowder, which is essential for crafting all types of ammunition and grenades. While it’s possible that Capcom might release it as a standalone DLC in the future, there’s no word yet on when that might happen.
In the meantime, if you did manage to snag the Classic Attache Case, make sure to use it wisely by conserving ammo through strategic shooting and melee attacks. And if you didn’t get it, that’s a real explosive situation. You might have to rely on your trusty knife more often or scavenge for gunpowder wherever you find it. Let’s hope Capcom has mercy and drops some DLC soon.
And that is all I had for the attache cases in Resident Evil 4 Remake. Hasta Luego!
Before heading back to your den, let me ask you this; did you find the solutions to all the puzzles? Or do you know about all the weapons and how to get them? Check out.