Get all Sniper Rifles in RE4 Remake – Resident Evil 4 Remake is a Remastered edition of the original Resident Evil game that came out in 2005. This game features upgraded graphics paired with new gameplay. This is a 3rd person action shooter game developed by Capcom that falls under the horror category.
Sniper Rifles are weapons with long-range capabilities and is a vital weapon when shooting enemies that are far off from your reach. The Sniper Rifles cover the longest distance, and even though it has a slower fire rate, they can take down enemies with one shot.
So this article will guide you on how to get the Sniper Rifle in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
What is a Sniper Rifle in RE4 Remake?
Sniper Rifles are Long Range Weapons that you can use to snipe enemies while being entirely at a safer distance. These potent, heavy weapons typically feature low reload times and a meager fire rate. The bullets have penetration power and can take down enemies in one hit. However, using it as a short-range weapon can be very hard. Remember that this is the only Sniper Rifle in the game, and having one in your arsenal is crucial.
How to get a Sniper Rifle in Resident Evil 4 Remake
Here is the Sniper Rifle available in the game and how to get them in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
|Sniper Rifle||Perks/Effects||How to Get||Ammo Capacity||Rate of Fire|
|SR M1903||3x Power against the Weak points
3x Power against Penetration
Compatible with different scopes
|You can purchase it from the Merchant for 12000Ptas after Chapter 2. You can also get a Free Scope along with it.||5||0.42|
The Exclusive perks of these weapons are unlocked in Level 4 and Level 9 and will cost you 100000 Ptas.
So this was all about how to get the Sniper Rifle in Resident Evil 4 Remake.
It is true that Sniper Rifles are really useful in the game, especially on bosses, where they have tiny weak points. But when I was playing the game with my PS5 Controller, I was having a really difficult time hitting headshots. So unless you are really good at sniping on your controller, it is better to stay away from the SR.
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Last Updated on April 15, 2023
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