Find all Weapons in Original Resident Evil 3: Nemesis with this Guide! Read about where to find weapons, secret weapons, and weapon parts in RE3 Nemesis!
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All Weapon List & How To Get
All Base Game Weapons
|How To Get
|In Item Box
|Available On Jill, Carlos from start
|In the Alley basement of Uptown.
| Weapons locker in STARS Office
Locker in Power Plant
|Found in the main hall of Clock Tower
| On Jill in Easy Mode
OR: Used By Carlos in Hospital
OR: Beat Nemesis 7 times
|Use updated key on basement locker in Dead Factory
|Get Eagle weapon parts A & B by defeating Nemesis
|Get M37 weapon parts A & B by defeating Nemesis
All Secret Weapon List
Secret Weapons are purchased by using money earned by playing the Mercenaries mode, unlocked after beating the game.What To Do After Beating The Game
Secret Weapons List
| Assault Rifle
| Gatling Gun
| Rocket Launcher
|Unlimited Ammo For All Weapons
Weapons Overview & Tips
Not All Weapons Are Created Equal
While each weapon has a role to play, not all weapons are created equal in the sense of its versatility, effectiveness, or even ammo availability. Stash away a weapon if its starting to lose its viability or effectiveness.Best Weapons Tier List
No Clear Marker Of Weapon Presence
Weapons in RE3 Nemesis will not have a glaring HUD telling you they are there. If you don't find it before moving on, you'll lose valuable firepower. They are usually around vital story objects, so always scour the area.
Find More Weapon As Story Progresses
More powerful weapons can be found as the game progresses, and are crucial for your survival as you begin facing new tougher enemies. You'll get a Magnum or Grenade Launcher after reaching the STARS Office in the Police Station.Police Station ~ Downtown: Pt.2 Walkthrough & Maps Guide
Different Weapons For Jill & Carlos
Jill and Carlos has separate weapons list and can provide unique combat experience. While their arsenal may be different, they have weapons that does similar tasks, so don't worry about not being able to adapt when characters change.
Familiarize With Weapon Damage And Range
Each weapon has its distinct range and damage patterns, and you should familiarize with them using save/load methods. A shotgun for example fires many pellets but at a wide spread, dealing large burst damage only effective at close range.
Aim For Body Parts
By aiming and pressing ↑, you can raise your muzzle to target the head of opponents if it comes into close range. Lowering the weapon will target legs instead, which may cause the target to fall down.