Church Puzzle Resident Evil 4 Remake

The Resident Evil 4 remake church puzzle solution is not too difficult to figure out once you know what to look for. That is, once you find the missing element, which is fortunately nearby. In this guide, we are going to show you how to solve the church puzzle in the RE4 remake and where the missing dial is. We will try and write it so that you can finish the task even if you have trouble seeing colors. Here goes.

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church puzzle resident evil 4 remake
Church Puzzle Resident Evil 4 Remake

How to Solve Resident Evil 4 Remake Church Puzzle

To solve the church puzzle in the Resident Evil 4 remake, you first need to find the missing piece. As soon as you enter the church, instead of going straight to the altar, go right instead. Turn left and walk down the aisle. Open the dresser below the light and pick up the blue dial. Now, go back to the altar and turn to your left. You’ll see a switch on the wall. Interact with it to reveal the puzzle. Place the blue dial in the empty slot. Now, it’s time to actually solve the thing. Basically, you need to use the dials to spin the elements of the stained glass so that all the colors slot into the right place.

The first step to solve the Resident Evil 4 remake church puzzle is to spin the green middle dial and watch how it lines up with the symbol in the center. You want the shards to match the outlines of the head and between the wings. Next, turn the red right dial and turn it while looking at the right side of the tail of the insect. One of the red glass shards follows the outline perfectly. All that’s left for you to do now is spin the blue left dial until all the blue pieces fit into the empty slots. Once you complete the puzzle, it will unlock the door in the left isle of the church. You’re on your own from here.

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