Get All Magnums – Resident Evil 4 Remake is a remastered edition of the original Resident Evil 4 that came out in 2005. It is a third-person horror game with upgraded visuals and new gameplay mechanics. Capcom did a great job of re-releasing this game for modern-day consoles and PCs with excellent optimization from the launch date.
Magnums are pistols or rifles that pack the extra punch over a traditional handgun or a rifle but come at the cost of a lower fire rate and very slow reload speed. So if you are a fan of one of these, then we will definitely help you get it. So this article is all about how to get all the Magnums in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
What are Magnums in Resident Evil 4 Remake
Magnums are a kind of handgun or pistol that carries a bit more punch than the regular handguns you will find in the game. These smaller Magnum guns are more potent than regular handguns but have a meagre rate of fire, and it takes a lot of time to reload. They are typically used against the Single and the most potent enemies so that you can deal the maximum damage with a single bullet.
How to get all Magnums in Resident Evil 4 Remake
Here is a list of the Magnums available in the game and how to get them in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
|How to Get
|Rate of Fire
|Exclusive Perk with 5x Critical Rate costs 77000 Ptas.
|You can purchase it from the Merchant for 77700 Ptas.
|Exclusive 1.5x Power Effect that cost 100000 Ptas.
|You can purchase it from the Merchant for 42000 Ptas.
|Unlimited Ammo Exclusive Perk that costs 10000 Ptas.
|You can get it by beating up any Professional without Bonus Weapons or getting the S Rank on all the different Stages in the Mercenaries mode.
So this was all about how to get all the Magnums in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
If you ask me, then I would say that the best Magnum in the game is definitely the Killer7. Although some people prefer the Broken Butterfly over Killer7, but in my opinion, Killer7 hits a tad bit harder.
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Last Updated on April 15, 2023
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