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How to Get an Infinite Ammo Rocket Launcher in Resident Evil 4 Remake

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by Shawn Robinson
Resident Evil 4 Remake Rocket Launcher

If you ask us, the Rocket Launcher is perhaps one of the worst weapons in Resident Evil 4 Remake. That’s not to say it doesn’t do its job (it certainly does), but for the single rocket you get, and the large amount of space it takes up in your inventory, it leaves much to be desired. That is unless you find the secret version of it. Here’s how to get the infinite ammo Rocket Launcher in Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Where to Find the Infinite Ammo Rocket Launcher in Resident Evil 4 Remake

If you’re playing through the game for the first time, you may as well forget about the existence of the launcher. You won’t be able to pick it up until you start another run on New Game Plus, so you’ll be waiting a while. You might also want to start saving up a ton of pesetas for reasons that are going to become increasingly apparent. If you’re starting a run on New Game Plus, then getting this launcher is technically possible.

To get the Infinite Ammo Rocket Launcher, get to Chapter 2 on New Game Plus and speak to a Merchant. They will be selling this Rocket Launcher for a staggering 2,000,000 pesetas, so be sure to start saving up. Once you have it though, the Rocket Launcher’s major weakness will have been eliminated, finally giving you something worth taking up the staggering amount of space.

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The Rocket Launcher in New Game Plus isn’t the only way you can get infinite ammo in Resident Evil 4 Remake. There are several other ways to get other weapons, alongside a blanket infinite ammo buff that’s quite hilarious. If you want to know how to do this yourself, be sure to check out our guide on how to get the Cat Ears accessory for Leon (yes, you read that right).

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Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for a decade and a half now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but adoring first-person shooters the most. If he's not yelling at Valorant's difficult gunplay, he's likely adding more to his thousand hours in Warframe.

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