How to Kill Zombies | Resident Evil 3 Remake (RE3)

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This page contains information on how to kill zombies in the game Resident Evil 3 Remake (RE3 Remake). Read on to learn about their weaknesses and best ways to deal with them.

Basic Information

Appearances and Weaknesses

Location: All of Racoon City
zombie
Danger Level Recommended Weapon Weakness
☆☆☆☆ Handguns Head | Legs
Background
Zombies are the result of humans becoming the undead due to the T-Virus. They are scattered all around Racoon City because of the sudden outbreak and can infect others by biting them.

How to Deal with Zombies

Tips when Dealing with Zombies

  • Headshots deal more damage to them.
  • Zombies can fall over when you shoot their legs.
  • Use environmental traps to deal with multiple zombies.
  • Counterattack when doing a perfect dodge.
  • Maintain your distance.
  • Target Their Weaknesses

    Headshots

    Zombie Headshot
    Shoot their heads to deal the most damage to them and you can instantly kill some zombies if you land a critical hit. Doing this will also save you ammo compared to shooting their bodies.

    Leg Shots

    You can also shoot them in their legs to make them fall down. Once downed, you can easily run past them and ignore them if you'd like. It is also possible to shoot off their legs, causing them to crawl. Their decreased movement speed will make them much easier to avoid.

    Make Use of Environmental Traps

    Environmental Trap
    You can easily deal with multiple zombies if you lure them near an environmental trap. You can shoot Red Barrels or Generators to quickly deal with a herd of zombies coming after you.

    Counterattack after a Perfect Dodge

    Perfect Dodge Counter
    After doing a perfect dodge, you can counterattack by quickly aiming your gun or knife at them while time is slowed down.
    How to do a Perfect Dodge

    Hit the O Button Repeatedly When Grabbed

    Zombie Bite
    If you fail to dodge a zombie and they grab you quickly tap the O button repeatedly to reduce the damage when they bite you.

    How to Check if a Zombie is Dead

    Stab or Shoot them while they are down

    Zombie Death Check
    Once you down a zombie, you can check if they are truly dead by stabbing them or shooting them while they are down.

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    48 Anonymous1 day

    >>47 They will remake the re4 so I think it's better to get characters from that game instead.

    47 Anonymous3 days

    >>46 Probably get some from other re games. But in my opinion, they should create new characters that they will use on re8 so people can easily recognize them when the game is out.

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      • Jill Valentine's really suited to handle/killing these zombies, she's such a badass character. She really IS THAT CHARACTER IM YELLING

      • I have A Question they should have a New Game plus so that if you have an infinite ammo it should carry to New Game plus other games have New Game Plus i suggest Resident Evil 3 Remake should have it.

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