Lycan Enemy Guide | How to Kill Werewolves | Resident Evil Village (Resident Evil 8)

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Here is the enemy guide for Lycans, a type of monster found in Resident Evil Village (Resident Evil 8). Be sure to check here for everything you need to know about Lycans including where they can be found, their weaknesses, and what items they may drop!

Lycan Overview and Weaknesses

Lycan (Werewolf)
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Location The Village
Weaknesses Head and leg shots
Drops Lei

Lycans are vicious werewolves that have made the village their hunting grounds. Despite their beastly nature, Lycans have been shown to be capable of weilding various weapons depending on how transformed they are into a werewolf. Some Lycans are even able to ride horses while using a weapon.

All Lycans seem to be loyal to Heisenberg and follow his orders.

How to Kill Lycans

Using a Weapon

Aim for the Head

Lycans till take the most damage when shot directly in the head. This is the quickest way to put them down with a firearm. However, Lycans are agile, and hitting them repeatedly in the head is easier said than done.

Aim for the Legs

Aiming for the legs of a Lycan can be effective in lowering their evasiveness. A crippled Lycan will not pursue Ethan as quickly, and it will make an easier target to aim at.

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