Fat Molded Overview and Abilities | Resident Evil RE:Verse

This is a guide on the Bioweapon Fat Molded in the multiplayer game Resident Evil RE:Verse. Read on to learn their stats, skills, how to use them, and how many virus capsules is required to spawn as them!

Fat Molded Basic Info

Fat Molded
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Virus Capsules Required
None
Health ★★☆☆☆
Speed ★☆☆☆☆
Power ★★☆☆☆
Range ★★☆☆☆

Fat Molded's Skills

Skill 1

Self Destruct
Self Destruct Image Use the energy stored up in your body to explode. The scale of the blast corresponds to the amount of energy stored. you store energy continously over time, but dealing and recieving damage also stores additional energy. Store up a lot of energy and let loose with a huge explosion!

Skill 2

Enrage
Enrage Image Increase attack power, attack speed, and movement speed for a limited time. If you press R1/E while Enrage is active, you will perform a special leap attack but the Enrage effect will end once this attack is used.

How to Use Fat Molded

The best way to use this Bioweapon is to aim for a revenge kill by using Self Destruct. You can also perform a leap attack that will knock down human opponents, which you can follow up with a Self Destruct attack. Note that when a Bioweapon's health reaches zero, you will always lose five points even when using Self Destruct.

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