Resident Evil 4 Money Glitch Lets You Scam the Merchant for Over 4 Million Pesetas in New Game Plus

A new Resident Evil 4 money glitch can net players over 4 million in in-game currency at the beginning of an NG+ playthrough.

CrimsonWing69173d ago (Edited 173d ago )

There's a difference between a glitch and an exploit, y'know?

This isn't a glitch. You literally have to do the following:

- Play through the entirety of the game without spending money and I'm assuming selling as much as you can and grabbing every treasure.

- You need to have gotten the rhinoceros beetle charm.

- Then at the last merchant stand, before you beat the game, buy all the first aid sprays you possibly can with the money you saved up.

- Then on NG+ you sell them all with the beetle charm.

What's the glitch exactly?

myfathersbastard172d ago (Edited 172d ago )

Agreed. And, by that point, nearly all my weapons were fully upgraded anyway. I barely needed money on my New Game+ run. I think I needed 200k worth to buy the final upgrade tickets for 2 weapons. I got that money in the first few areas from upgrading jewels into items and selling them. I had them done before the 1st boss fight.
Plus it calls for you to play the 1st run on assisted. If you’re even playing somewhat conservatively, you shouldn’t have any issue with weapon upgrades.

CrimsonWing69172d ago (Edited 172d ago )

Same here, like each run if I grabbed all the treasures and sold items I was able to fully upgrade like 4 to 5 weapons. Then you can get Spinnels to give you the free bonus upgrade. Going for the platinum I have to do 5 or 6 runs anyways so there's really no need for the exploit on my end, but I can see if people just want to upgrade almost everything on a second playthrough doing this.

XxINFERNUSxX173d ago

I used a trainer on PC for 9,999,999 😀

hombreacabado172d ago

i found an infinite rocket launcher glitch where you beat the game on assisted and than purchase the infinite rocket launcher from the merchant for like 200 000 pesetas

CrimsonWing69172d ago

This and @gleepot made me legit laugh.

gleepot172d ago

I found a glitch that lets you play with a handcannon and chicago tommygun once you unlock them.

jeromeface170d ago

funny everyone having to exploit to enjoy this "perfect" remake


Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is 150 Days Away From Launch

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be one of the biggest titles of 2024, and we're now only five months away from its launch!

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Snookies129h ago

Can't freaking wait! I only have one tiny nitpick from everything I've seen so far. The ground clutter. There is a ton of pop-in going on when moving around with small rocks and foliage. I hope they can touch that up a bit before release. The game itself looks like everything I could have hoped for! I hope there are a ton of different cards to collect, for Queen's Blood.

nommers6h ago

So glad they're bringing a card game to a FF game again

andy856h ago

Given it's an SSD game now I really hope that's cleaned up closer to release.

CrimsonWing694h ago

Man, this is one of those games where when I saw the gameplay, I could tell immediately they’re raising the bar. I can’t tell you how hyped I am for this! It’s not crazy far out, but the wait is still getting to me.

There’s also Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth and Persona 3 Remake to juggle before then. Dang, 2024 is a good time to be a JRPG fan.

andy853h ago

And LAD Gaiden and I still haven't finished Sea of Stars 🤣

gold_drake2h ago

oooo boy i cant wait, im already dodging news and gameplay like a pro haha

Trilithon2h ago

this should be a good 75 hours of entertainment

Syphos1h ago

I think that's a bit below the actual number, they said 100 hours (which is probably discounting how much side-stuff and mini-games you can get lost in) I'd expect with a normal-ish playthrough enjoying some of the side-content you'll easily top 100 hours, might be more like 140-150 hours tbh ^^.

I wonder how many hours completing everything fully will take, can't wait.

gleepot2h ago

looking forward to tomorrow where its 149 days away from launch


PlayStation Stars campaigns and digital collectibles for October 2023

Visit PlayStation Stars on PlayStation App for the latest campaigns.

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Epic Games CEO addresses layoffs, reveals future of Fortnite

After laying off numerous employees, Tim Sweeney, the company’s founder and CEO, sent an email about the situation. The 52-year-old businessman clarified why the layoffs happened and even shed some light on the future of Fortnite.

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Jin_Sakai3d ago (Edited 3d ago )

Good on them doing this at least.

“we’re offering a severance package that includes six months base pay and in the US/Canada/Brazil six months of Epic-paid healthcare. We’re offering to accelerate people’s stock option vesting schedule through the end of 2024 and are giving two additional years from today to exercise the options. In the US we’re also offering to vest any unearned profit sharing from their 401k. And we’ll provide benefits including career transition services and visa support where we can.”

Knightofelemia3d ago

I wonder how much of a bonus the CEO will get after this decision?


Would be "too much" for us, but probably it's "not enough" for the greedy bastard...


Epic makes way too much money to have to lay people off of the spent that money smartly. Tim wasted money on exclusives for their store when it could have gone to paychecks for people.

Mikeyy3d ago

Epic put all their eggs in one basket with fortnite, they should have continued with the development of unreal tournament and got that game going as an arena shooter that's free to play with a huge cosmetic cash shop.

But your CEO knows what their doing.... laying off people so the board doesn't see exactly how much you stuck. The usual playbook.