Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo Secrets

Resident Evil 4 Remake well.

The Resident Evil 4 Remake demo is finally available on PC and consoles for players to try out. While the demo appears fairly short and simple, there are a few fun secrets hidden within it that players might want to find before the game fully releases. To help you find them all here’s all of the Resident Evil 4 Remake demo secrets.

Baby Eagle is Missing ARG

Resident Evil 4 Remake word in demo puzzle.
The Crude Charm holds the answer.

The first secret has been running for a few days now. There’ s a special Alternate Reality Game called Baby Eagle is Missing that players can take part in. This browser based game includes finding a special clue in the demo. The clue is a word found on the Crude Charm located in the first room of the first house you enter. What this clue is for exactly can be learned in our Baby Eagle is Missing guide.

Mad Chainsaw Mode

Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo Mad Chainsaw Mode.
Mad Chainsaw mode.

If you found the demo to be easy on your first playthrough, I have good news for you. There is a special, harder mode, that players can trigger in the demo. The secret mode is Mad Chainsaw Mode. When the Mad Chainsaw Mode is active it greatly increases the difficulty of demo by making enemies faster and harder to kill. The mode also replaces Chainsaw Man in the Village with Super Salvador instead. To learn how to unlock this mode see our Mad Chainsaw Mode guide.

Hidden TMP

Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo TMP.
TMP weapon.

The final secret is a hidden weapon players can find by completing a very specific task. This specific task is reaching the Village without any items on them. Once they’ve done this they can find the TMP hidden in a well in the Village. Finding this weapon unlocks the gun for subsequent runs, allowing players to get a taste of the weapon. We have a guide to help you get the TMP for yourself. Also check out the RE4R achievements.

That’s all of the Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo Secrets. Which of these secrets did you unlock? Let me know in the comments below.



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