How to Get the Courtyard Key: Item and Location Guide | Resident Evil Village (Resident Evil 8)

This guide gives specific information on the Courtyard Key item in Resident Evil Village. To learn more about this item's location, buying and selling prices, and item description, read on.

Courtyard Key Overview

Resident Evil 8 - Courtyard Key

Courtyard Key
Description A key for the door from the castle's dining hall to the courtyard.
Type Key Item
Location Found after putting the bottle of Sanguis Virginis in the Silver Flower Bottle Stand in the Wine Room on the second floor.

Courtyard Key Location

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After obtaining Sanguis Virginis, head to the Wine Room on the second floor, put it in the door, and the Courtyard Key will be in a small chest to your right.

Courtyard Key Use

With the Courtyard Key, you can now unlock the Courtyard Doors from the Dining Room and be one step closer to escaping Castle Dimitrescu.

However, upon getting the Courtyard Key and going downstairs, one of Dimitrescu's daughters will start chasing you, so make sure you unlock the door to the right of the entrance to the Main Hall to have an easier escape.

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