Where to find the lockpick in Resident Evil 3 Remake

Where to find the Red Dot Sight in Resident Evil 3 Remake

Jill Valentine, the master of unlocking, is back again in a new nightmare. Her last escape from Raccoon City will involve a lot of zombies and plenty of puzzles. And you’re going to need some very special tools to defeat these challenges. One of the more important tools in Resident Evil 3 Remake is the lockpick. This simple but vital implement is used to defeat several puzzles and progress blockers in the game, here’s how to get it.

Getting the lockpick takes a little bit of work, but you just have to know when and where to look. First, you need to meet up with Carlos. This will send you through a chain of puzzles to fetch the bolt cutters, the powerful shotgun, and the Red Dot Sight upgrade for the handgun. The Bolt Cutters are the most important item here, as you will need to cut away some chains to get at the lockpick.

Once you have the Bolt Cutters, there is a locked red door past the alleyway fire that you just put out. Cut your way through and enjoy the short bit of story that unfolds here. After that happens, dash up the stairs and follow the path all the way around to the end of the hallway. You will have to fight your way through a few zombies to get to a control room up another set of stairs.

Lockpick Map

The final door you progress through leads back down the stairs into an outdoor area. Head around until you reach a fenced-in area. There will be a body slumped against a fence on one end, pick up the small box in its hands and inspect it inside your inventory.

Once you have it, the lockpick in Resident Evil 3 Remake will enable you to backtrack to collect items and ammo you missed before. I hope you paid attention to where those items were.

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