Should you get the laser sight in Resident Evil 4 Remake?

While the Resident Evil 4 remake brings a fresh coat of paint and some exciting new content to the classic survival horror game, it’s worth noting that some features have been removed from the original game. Or at least modified. Previously, the laser sight in Resident Evil 4 was a game changer, helping players take out enemies like Ganado with headshots and precise aiming. And even though the game has been modernized, fans are still clamoring for the return of this trusty accessory. The laser sight has actually made a comeback in the remake – but is it really any good?

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Is Laser Sight good in Resident Evil 4 Remake?

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You can get the Laser Sight in Resident Evil 4 Remake by talking to the vendor. For the cost of 10 Spinel, you can purchase it and equip it with the SG-09 R, Punisher, and Sentinel Nine pistols. In the remake, Laser Sight might seem more like a flashy accessory for your crosshairs than the trusty tool we all knew and loved in the original. In the original game, aiming was all about space relative to the world, but in the remake it’s all about the center of the screen. While the Laser Sight attachment might look cool, it doesn’t quite convey the advantages of the original’s aiming system. Additionally, since the enemies in the remake move in a shaky way, compensating for their movement can be a bit frustrating.

Although it may not be the same as it was, the laser sight offers some advantages. For example, if you aim one of the pistols above early in the game, your reticle will be slightly larger before becoming more focused, simulating Leon’s aim adjustment after drawing his weapon. The laser sight eliminates this lag and provides 100% accuracy out of the box. While not a huge benefit, it can be a lifesaver in an emergency. Should you get the laser sight in Resident Evil 4 Remake?

Curtis Crabtree

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