Resident Evil 4 Infinite Rocket Launcher

How to Obtain the Infinite Rocket Launcher in Resident Evil 4 Remake

Several weapons will be available to players once they complete Resident Evil 4 remake, with the Infinite Rocket Launcher being one of them. Like the original title, the Infinite Rocket Launcher will be available once you heave beaten the game once. From there, it will be available to purchase from the Merchant on a New Game+ save file. However, please keep in mind that if you use this weapon, you won’t be able to achieve an S+ rank on that specific save file. This is due to any New Game+ run being restricted to that rule.

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Once you have made your way to the Merchant, the Infinite Rocket Launcher in Resident Evil 4 remake can be purchased for 2,000,000 pesetas. It’s a hefty sum, but will make runs where you’re just looking to complete challenges or obtain all treasures significantly faster. Especially since the Infinite Rocket Launcher can one-hit every boss in the game. This is barring phase changes, after which the boss can then be killed with the weapon again.

Arguably, it’s one of the best weapons in the game. This makes it popular for Resident Evil 4 remake New Game+ runs on any difficulty. Thankfully, the only items you receive for getting S+ on all difficulties are cosmetic items. So you can blast through the game and unlock the other weapons restricted to those challenges with ease.

Resident Evil 4 Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. A playable demo is immediately available.

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Senior staff writer, translator and streamer, Kazuma spends his time playing a variety of games ranging from farming simulators to classic CRPGs. Having spent upwards of 6 years in the industry, he has written reviews, features, guides, with work extending within the industry itself. In his spare time he speedruns games from the Resident Evil series, and raids in Final Fantasy XIV. His work, which has included in-depth features focusing on cultural analysis, has been seen on other websites such as Polygon and IGN.