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Resident Evil 4 Remake – How To Skip Garrador Fight

Resident Evil 4 Remake Garrador
Resident Evil 4 Remake Garrador
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Unearth a method to bypass the initial Garrador battle in the Resident Evil 4 Remake. Garradors have earned a reputation as some of the toughest non-boss foes in RE 4, a sentiment echoed in the recently rolled-out remake.

The sinking realisation that the first Garrador you face in Chapter 7 isn’t a distinct boss, but merely a superior enemy, can be a dispiriting experience for players. These beasts of Resident Evil 4, aptly named ‘clawers’ in Spanish, despite their lack of sight, are alarmingly lethal and nearly invincible. Dispatching one calls for a steady hand and meticulous strategy to target the walls using the bold thrower and three mines. For those game for a challenge, an achievement in Resident Evil 4 awaits, rewarding the defeat of the initial Garrador using just knives.

Unlocking Secrets: How to Skip the Garrador Battle in RE 4 Remake

On the other hand, it seems this arduous Chapter 7 encounter can be entirely sidestepped. The technique to do so is surprisingly simple and allows players to not only evade the Garrador battle but also bypass the locked Audience Chamber door, thereby circumventing almost half of the Castle level. The trick involves Leon turning to the wall with the previously mentioned weapon and firing three rounds onto the brick walls. Secondly you need to then promptly interact with the door which will activate a regular opening sequence instead of the intended check meant to push players to seek a key.

This isn’t the sole strenuous section of the game that can be circumvented using some scope-based trickery. We recently shared another glitch that allows players to altogether avoid the castle gallery fight in the Resident Evil 4 remake.

Given these circumstances, it’s conceivable that Capcom will rectify this glitch in a forthcoming update. Although the studio doesn’t have a significant history of impeding speedrunners, a dependable technique for breezing past any door in its latest game evidently wasn’t part of the development plan. However, that doesn’t imply Capcom is averse to the idea of dodging some of the remake’s encounters; after all, it seemingly made an effort to let players skip the island fortress scene in the game.

The 2023 version of Resident Evil 4 is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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