Resident Evil 4 remake: All Electronic Lock Terminal puzzle solutions


SCATTERED throughout the world of the Resident Evil 4 remake are Electronic Lock Terminals you have to solve.

In order to open the locks, you need to make sure all the nodes on the screen are charged at once.

The solution to the first puzzle.

We will break down how you can solve these puzzles and the solutions to each one.

Here are all the solutions to the Electric Lock Terminal puzzles in the Resident Evil 4 remake.

Resident Evil 4: Electronic Lock Terminals explained

To solve these puzzles, you need to change the path the power takes, so that it goes through all the nodes on the screen.

You can see the number of nodes that you need to power on the top right of each puzzle.

The button at the bottom will control different parts depending on what ring they are on, inner, middle and outer.

Once you have the nodes powered, you can slide the button into the final position to complete the puzzle.

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The first puzzle is found in Chapter 13, and you need to complete it in order to enter the Dissection room.

There are two nodes in this puzzle. One in the centre, and one in the bottom left corner.

To solve this one, you need to direct power to the middle ring, before you split it to the inner and outer ones.

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The optional lock solution.

The next lock is also in Chapter 13, and ramps up the difficulty with five nodes.

This one is optional, but if you solve it you will pick up a new gun, so it’s worth trying out.

For this puzzle the easiest way to solve it, is to continue moving the power inwards using a clockwise spiral.

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The final lock solution.

The last lock can be found in Chapter 14, and has four nodes you need to power on. 

For this one you need to split the power at the top, with one side going to the top right node, and the other going to the outer ring.

From here, direct the power left so it can go further inwards and reach the next three nodes.

Written by Dave Aubrey and Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.