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Digimon Survive: All Routes Explored

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Digimon Survive: All Routes Explored

Digimon survive is the newest instalment in the Digimon universe in a story-based novel. There are a total of twelve chapters with choices that directly impact the path and your storyline. There are different Digimons that you will find and can be friend as you progress in the game and your friendship will also have impact depending on the choices you make in the game.

In this guide, we are going to cover all the routes which can be branched depending on the choices you make in certain chapters.

All Routes

In the first eight chapters of Digimon Survive, your route will be determined by your choices. There are main choices after which there will be four Routes in which the game can take turns to follow the path. Each child and their Digimon have their main choices which will be impacting these routes.

Here are all the routes which can be taken depending on the choices of the players.

The Moral Path

For the Moral Path you will have to Morale stat in the stats of the characters and Digimons. You will have to make friends with Vaccine and Justice Digimons. You will have to choose the dialogue options that are to the left. Also, these choices would have a reddish color glowing towards the option which can easily help you identify the choices you have to take. You have to follow this technique till chapter 8. After chapter 8 you will be given the option to return to the real world from the digital world. You will also be given the opportunity to save the world which is the Moral Path.

The Harmony Path

In order to get the harmony path, you need to have good level of harmony stat in the stats of the game. You can be friends with Data type Digimons. The Harmony path dialogue choices are towards the right of the choices. They will also have a green color outline to the choices. This can help you in selecting the right harmony choices till chapter 8. After chapter 8, if you’ve made the right choices for the path, you will be given the chance to get back to the real world. You will be given the option called Be faithful to my friends. You can select that and you will be following the Harmony path in the game.

The Wrathful Path

The only way to have wrathful path in the Digimon survive, you will need to have Wrath level in your stats for the game. In order to get wrath stats, you will need to be friends with the Virus type Digimons. The dialogue choices for the wrathful path will be more towards in the middle of the choices screen. These choices also have a yellow color highlight towards them which will help you in selecting the right choices for the wrathful path.

After you’ve selected the right choices for the Wrathful path then after chapter 8 you will be given the choice to return to the real world. After this you will be given the option called Stay with Agumon.

True Path- New Game+

For the True path which is the hard path to unlock, you will have to finish the game at least one time before you can start your journey to unlock the True Path. After you’ve finished your game doesn’t matter which path you chose before. You will get a new mode called New Game+ which will get you after the chapter 8 to unlock a special path.

You have to make a special choice for the True path. You have to prevent the deaths of Ryo and Shuuji. You will have to have an affinity level 30 with both characters as well. If you’ve reached the required affinity level with both characters in chapter 8 you will get a special path which will unlock the True ending for the Digimon Survive.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake – How to Defeat the Two Giants

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Two Giants

As players progress ahead in Chapter 11, they will get to defeat the Two Giants near the Storeroom. The Two Giants that you need to defeat are a normal Giant and an Armored Giant. The normal giant is the same one as Chapter 4 where you defeated the first Giant. However, the Armored Giant is a bit tricky to defeat as it does not take any damage from bullets.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to defeat the Two Giants in Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Defeat Normal Giant

When the fight starts, you need to focus on the normal giant. You need to shoot its head or feet with the Shotgun or Pistol until a Parasite comes out of its back. After that, you need to deal more damage to him either by throwing a grenade or shooting bullets until he falls down on his feet. Aggress towards him and do the melee attack to use the Knife on Parasite. It will deal great damage to him. Once you have done that, it will only take a few more shots until he falls down for good.

Normal Giant

Defeat Armored Giant

While fighting the Normal Giant, keep your distance from the Armored Giant and once the Normal Giant is defeated, you need to use Grenades on the Armored Giant to deal damage. If you don’t have any grenades, worry not until Luis tells you to wait for him. Luis will go out and you will have to survive until Luis comes back. Luis will bring a pack of TNT and you need to lure the Giant to Luis.

Armored Giant

Luis will attach the TNT Pack to the back of the giant and then you need to shoot the TNT Pack when the Armored Giant is in the middle of the arena. When you hit the TNT, it will down the Armored Giant and you need to use the console in the arena to open the metal hatch in the middle of the arena. If the Giant is in the middle, it will go down in the Lava and the fight will be over. If not then you need to lure him into the middle and then use the console to drown him in the Lava.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake – How to Restore Power to Elevator in Underground Laboratory

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Restore Power

During Chapter 10, Leon will get thrown down in Underground and players will have to make their way up to the Castle. However, reaching the Castle will take a lot of time because you will have to do certain tasks in order to get back up. One of the main tasks that players will have to do is to restore the power to the Elevator when they reach the Underground Laboratory.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to restore power to the elevator in Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Restoring Power to the Elevator

When you reach the Underground Laboratory, you will see certain switches that will blow out the Liquid Nitrogen and when you get to the Elevator, you will find the note which tells you about restoring the power to the Elevator. You need to go through the door on the left and as you go ahead, you will see a vision of an enemy named “Verdugo” who is like an Alien. Follow the following steps to restore the Power to the Elevator in Underground Laboratory.

  • Go through the Door on the left of the Elevator and go on the path until you reach a locked door.
  • Go inside a small room on the right side of the locked door and you will see a switch. Interact with the Switch to unlock the door.
  • Now, go ahead and be ready to evade the attack of Verdugo. Make your way to the back of the Laboratory and you will find the Circuit Breaker.
  • Interact with the Circuit Breaker to restore the Power to the Elevator.
Interact with Circuit Breaker

Stay Alive Until the Elevator Comes Down

After restoring the Power, you will be starting to get chased by Verdugo. You need to make your way back to the Laboratory and stay alive until the Elevator comes down. It can take 3 – 5 minutes for the elevator to come down and in the meantime, you can either defeat Verdugo or outrun him.

Go inside Elevator

Keep running in the tunnels and stay close to the Liquid Nitrogen Switches. When you see that Verdugo is aggressing towards you, press the switch to blow out Liquid Nitrogen on Verdugo. It will stun Verdugo and you will be able to Melee Verdugo as well as shoot him. You need to keep doing that until a small cutscene of the Elevator starts in which it will come down to the Laboratory. When that happens, you need to go back to the Laboratory and go inside the Elevator to go further up.

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Resident Evil 4 Remake – How to Get CQBR Rifle

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CQBR Rifle

There are a number of weapons for each type of weapon in the game and one of the most necessary weapons in the game is Rifle. You will unlock different types of Rifles in the game but one of the most useful rifles is CQBR Rifle which is an Assault Rifle that can take out enemies more swiftly. However, this weapon is a late-game weapon but it can also be found in Chapter 10 of the game.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to Get CQBR Rifle in Resident Evil 4 Remake.

Getting CQBR Rifle

The CQBR Rifle can be found in the Library Area of the Castle during Chapter 10. In Chapter 9, you will get to go to the library while playing with Ashley to solve the Clock Puzzle and later the Mausoleum Lamp Puzzle. If you have paid attention in the library area when you get the “Bunch of Keys” Key Item, there will be a Square Lock Box on the wall and if you open the Square Lock Box, you will get the CQBR Rifle.

Now, in order to open the Square Lock Box, you will be required to have a key item named “Cubic Device” that can be found between the Armory and the Grand Hall area of the Castle. You will be able to obtain the Cubic Device in Chapter 9 as well as in Chapter 10 so if you have not obtained it in Chapter 9, it is advised to get it in Chapter 10.

Once you have the Cubic Device, go to the opened door on the right side of the Headless Statue and enter the room that leads to the library. Make your way to the library and you will get to kill a couple of Knights. Go to the end of the library and go up the staircase. As you go up, look at the wall in front and interact with the Square Lock Box. Set the Cubic Device in the required position and unlock the Square Lock Box to get the CQBR Rifle.

Get CQBR Rifle

CQBR Rifle also consumes the ammo of a regular Rifle so, you will be able to craft it with 10x Gunpowder and 1x Resources (L). If you have missed the CQBR Rifle in Chapter 10, you will also be able to buy it from the Merchant in Chapter 11. He will also give you a discount of 30% but it would still cost you a lot of money.

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