Here are some of the best Easter Eggs in Resident Evil 3 Remake. The game has plenty of secrets and hidden references. We had pulled out the best one for you. SPOILER-ALERT – Before moving forward with scanning out all easter eggs in Resident Evil 3, we warn you about spoilers. If you had just started or plan to play it during weekends skip this page. Or else we are good to go.
Resident Evil 3 is a remake of Resident Evil 3 Nemesis released in 1999. Jill Valentine and Carlos Oliveira are two main characters, as a player, you will control both independently in separate missions. Jill is chased by bioweapon Nemesis throughout the game, which adds a lot of tension and thrill in the game. Resident Evil 3 also features an online multiplayer mode called Resident Evil Resistance.
In this RE3 Easter Egg guide, you will see many references from previous games and also get a hint of what new is coming. So let’s begin with our guide on where and how to find easter eggs in Resident Evil 3 Remake.
Top Easter Eggs in Resident Evil 3
1. Dario Russo:
NPC first introduced from original Resident Evil 3 Nemesis released in 1999. He repeats the exact line in Resident Evil 3 Remake 2020. After 21 years, he is an old man now.
I’m not going anywhere!
I’d rather starve to death in here than be eaten by one of those undead monsters!
Appeared at the same time in 1999 original and back in 2020 Russo is consistent in what he is doing. Russo served as the team’s driver.
2. Resident Evil 2 End Music:
You can listen to Resident Evil 2 ending music at Moon’s Donut. A nice reference to 2019 release, this music is played when you are inside the donut shop.
3. Mega-Man: Hilarious Fat Old Man Version
There two references to Mega Man in Resident Evil 3 Remake. First is a poster of Dr. Light and Dr. Will on the wall of the subway station. And next to them is a Mega-Man poster. The version of Mega-Man we are seeing in Resident Evil 3 is different, if you remember Street Fighter X Tekken (PS3 & Vita- 2012), Mega-man was part of the exclusive character and introduced as an old fat man. The game also featured Pacman with legs.
Another Mega-man action figure is on the toy store on the streets. This is hilarious. Note: Look on the table of a toy store for a fancy box, it has Green Jewel. Useful for solving the Clock Tower Puzzle. There are many posters in the subway station which refer to movies like Terminator, Alien, etc. and also to some games of Capcom.
4. Resident Evil 2 Remake Hint:
To an extent, this is true that Resident Evil 3 Remake has a hint for Resident Evil 2. As Carlos when you are at the police station the officer who is attacked is missing. This region is completely locked, from the entrance at the right, there is a shutter that says keep out. Carlos agrees to this message while in the previous edition Leon enters.
5. Lieutenant Marvin Branagh
Bitten by Brad the zombie, the police officer comes back from Resident Evil 2 who helped Leon and Clair at the beginning of the game.
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