If you’ve played the original games then you’ll know that Resident Evil 3 takes place at roughly the same time as its predecessor. And if you haven’t then right about now you’re appreciating a nice little surprise. You’re back in the police station, but this time you’re in control of Carlos as he explores its spooky hallways. Here’s what the men’s locker room dial lock combination is in Resident Evil 3 Remake.
What the Men’s Locker Room Dial Lock Combination Is
Did you play last year’s Resident Evil 2 Remake? If so then things should be looking pretty familiar to you, including all the lockers and safes around the building.
Yes, they are all the same, and yes, the combinations/passwords are identical, too. But we wouldn’t hold it against you for not remembering those off the top of your head.
Just before you head toward the S.T.A.R.S office you’ll come across the men’s locker room, and it’s there you’ll see the dial lock. The combination is the same as Resident Evil 2 Remake: CAP
Inside you’ll find a handy flashbang, which will prove especially useful a little further into the game.
For those interested in where the clue is located, it was back in the Operations Room on the ground floor, written on a whiteboard.
That’s everything you need to know about what the men’s locker room dial lock combination is in Resident Evil 3 Remake. For more useful tips and guides on the game, Twinfinite’s extensive guide wiki has you covered.
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