The team discovers the approximate location of Resident Evil 4 in Spain

The team discovers the approximate location of Resident Evil 4 in Spain ...

There is no doubt that Resident Evil 4 Remake will be played on PC, Steam Deck, PS4, PS5 and/or Xbox Series X|S. Now, where exactly? The community of the game he believes he has finally discovered.

Many gamers of the title with Leon and Ashley think they know the approximate location of the place.

First and foremost, we must state that these are simply assumptions made by many users. But after evaluating it thoroughly, it seems to have been decided that the I play with Ada Wong seen on ps2 is set in the North of Spain.

As seen in the photograph, a Spanish Resident Evil lover has written on Reddit and explained where the capcom gamefirst removed all landlocked locations.

"With that in mind, we have the following places that may serve as the town and the castle: Catalonia, Galicia, the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias, Murcia, Andalusia, and the Valencian Community," he said in his publication.

Use Ramón Salazar as an example since it is a surname from Navarra, and then eliminate the warmer areas because we see any character with a coat.

The problem persists even if Krauser or Wesker is not included on PS4.

Those that have their own language, such as Catalonia, the Valencian Community or Galicia, are excluded because to their focus on the cattle's language.

"We are left with one option: Cantabria, a cold northern region with a coast that only speaks Spanish." Very close to Navarra and the Salazar Family; furthermore, the name Serra is common in Catalonia, a region not very far from Cantabria.

But at the end of the conversation, he continues to state that Méndez is a name that comes from Galicia... "again, very close to Cantabria." "Re4 takes place there," says the author.

We leave you with 20 secrets, winks, and curiosities from Resident Evil 4 Remake that may be unexplored.

And in the name of Salazar, a method to defeat Salazar with the eggs has recently gone viral. And if we add to that the fatal bug to dodge if you avoid doing something, turn off and let’s go...

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