Get the Grenade launcher in Resident Evil 3

Score an explosive upgrade by learning how to get the Grenade Launcher in Resident Evil 3.

Jill’s shotgun and pistol are strong enough weapons in the right hands, but when it comes to sheer firepower, it’s hard to beat the grenade launcher. This beefy weapon is capable of downing many enemies in a single shot, so make sure you don’t miss it by following our guide on how to get the grenade launcher in Resident Evil 3. You won’t regret it!

Get the Grenade launcher in Resident Evil 3

How to get the Grenade launcher Resident Evil 3
 
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Your first chance to get the grenade launcher in Resident Evil 3 comes when you enter the sewer as Jill. After fleeing from Nemesis, Jill will drop down through a vent into the sewers region, ready to face the unpleasant Hunter Gammas which lurk within.

The grenade launcher location is down the main path of the sewers, where the waterway splits in two. Take the left route, heading directly south, as shown on the map below. Follow it along and then climb up the ladder to enter the room with the grenade launcher. Along with the weapon itself, you should find some explosives and instructions on how to combine them to create explosive rounds and flame rounds. Don’t worry about the mention of mine rounds, you’ll be finding some of them soon enough.

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The grenade launcher is an extremely powerful weapon, and it can down Hunter Gammas in a single shot when you’re using flame rounds. That said, we recommend holding on to a lot of ammo for some of the tougher Nemesis fights you’ve got coming up. He’ll be good at dodging your shots at first, but later on the mines will be the best way of damaging him.

By reading this guide you should now be able to get the grenade launcher in Resident Evil 3, so we hope you enjoy using it! Click here to visit our RE3 game hub which has lots of other useful tips and tricks, including all the jewel locations you can discover while out and about.

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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