How to access the shooting range in Resident Evil 4 remake

Resident Evil 4 Remake Shooting Gallery

Finding the shooting range in the Resident Evil 4 remake

The shooting range in Resident Evil 4 remake will test your skills as an agent. Leon will be using a variety of weapons to shoot down pirates as fast as possible.

Unfortunately, this feature in Resident Evil 4 remake isn’t unlocked straight away. You’ll have to jump a few hurdles to get to it, including the valley combat scenario.

Shooting range in Resident Evil 4 remake location

Resident Evil 4 Shooting Gallery
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The first practice shooting spree in Resident Evil 4 remake can be spotted in Chapter 3. Shortly after reaching the Quarry, keep going down the main path until you reach a cave. The Merchant is waiting for you, purple torch and all. There’s also a neat rocket launcher on the left side. What you want to focus on is the shooting gallery. If you look to the right, you’ll see a fancy red curtain. Stare at it further, and you’ll realize it’s a lift. Walk inside and press the button on the right to transport Leon to the shooting range.

There is a brief waiting area before stepping into the shooting range in Resident Evil 4. Go down the stairs and you’ll see a painting of a ship splashing against the waves. Walk to the metal ringing bell on the table and interact with it. You can then begin the activity in the Resident Evil 4 remake. There are three other locations for the shooting range in Resident Evil 4 remake that offers higher-difficulty galleries. They’re located in Chapter 9, Chapter 11, and Chapter 14.

What rewards do you get from the Shooting Range?

With the Silver and Gold tokens you get from finishing each mission in the Shooting Range, you can earn charms. They give buffs to Leon as he fights the infected and mighty bosses along the way. For example, the Don Pedro charm provides 40% more health if you consume a viper. Another card Leon with Rocket Launcher also helps decrease the price of Rocket Launchers by 20%.

Hopefully finishing these Shooting Range challenges aren’t as difficult as keeping Ashley alive.


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