Resident Evil 2 Hiding Places Photo: Everything to know

Resident Evil 2’s Hiding Place photos are the key to finding some of the game’s secret items, which can be valuable means of surviving the horrors of Raccoon City. While the rewards vary depending on the character who discovers them, they are guaranteed to be rare and powerful tools. Here’s everything you need to know about Resident Evil 2’s Hiding Place photos.

Resident Evil 2 Hiding Places Photo: Everything to know

The first step to finding the rewards at the end of the rainbow is to pick up the Hiding Places film reel yourself. Players can find the scroll in the workroom on the top floor of the sewers. If you take the elevator from the main sewer tunnel you will get to the correct room. The photo roll Hiding Places lies on a table between an open cardboard box and an open black and white carrier bag.

With the scroll in hand, head into the darkroom on the ground floor of the police station to evolve it and get clues on where to find each secret.

With the developed photos in hand, head upstairs from the darkroom, through the bathroom, and down a hallway. Turn left to the STARS office and then into the private office inside. Stand in front of the desk drawers and you can open them to browse. If you play as Leon, you’ll find a laser sight for the Magnum Edge; As Claire, you receive an expanded magazine for the SMG.

The second photo takes you to the press room on the ground floor. Look out for the boombox in the photo, which should be on a table with a drawer so you can browse it. As Leon, you’ll find 400 Flamethrower Fuel, while as Claire, you’ll find Needles for the Spark Shot.

Once both secrets have been collected, the Treasure Hunter achievement should appear and you’ll be ready to fight another round of zombies.

Photo courtesy of Capcom Resident Evil 2 Hiding Places Photo: Everything to know

Greg Norman

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