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All Resident Evil 2 safe codes to unlock every safe in the game

Resident Evil 2 Remake Safe code Combination

We've got all the Resident Evil 2 safe codes here, both the locations to find them yourself and the actual combinations if you just want to skip that bit. These are a vital part of the game as each one you open gets you a weapon upgrade that gives you the best Resident Evil 2 guns to play with. It's the only way to fully upgrade both Claire and Leon's guns which just makes things easier in the Resident Evil 2 Remake.

You'll also find some hip pouches as well which will upgrade your inventory space which is almost as important as better guns in the later stages of the game (and we can help you find the Resident evil 2 hip pouch locations too, if you want to prioritise that). While we have where to find all the Resident Evil 2 safe codes listed here, the combinations aren't randomised in anyway, so all you need to open them are the number which we also have. So, however you want to do, we've got what you need. The Resident Evil 2 locker codes however are different, so check that guide some useful ammo top ups along the way.   

Police Station West Office safe code

This is most likely the first safe you will come across in your playthrough, as it’s located in one of the starting rooms. On the west side of the police station, you’ll find an office aptly titled ‘West Office’ on the first floor. Head into the side-room in this office to find this safe cosy in the corner. Just make sure to watch out for the lethargic zombie up against the wall. 

The solution for this safe is found in the S.T.A.R.S office on the second floor of the police station. It’s scribbled onto a post-it note on an internal memo that is left on one of the desks.

Safe code: 9 Left, 15 Right, 7 Left

Follow the combination above and the safe will reward both Leon and Claire with a Hip Pouch, an incredibly valuable boost to your inventory space.

Police Station Waiting Room safe code

As you explore the east side of the police station you might find yourself in front of the second safe in the game. This one is found in the waiting room on the second floor, your first major gateway to the east side of the building during the A scenario. Check behind the desk in the waiting room and sure enough, you’ll find another safe waiting for you. There are no real threats in this room, so just make sure the Tyrant isn’t following you before you attempt to unpick.

The solution for this safe is found in the observation room on the first floor of the building, scribbled onto another internal RPD document on a side table.

Safe code: 6 Left, 2 Right, 11 Left

Follow the combination above and the safe will reward Leon with a Muzzle Brake for his pistol Matilda and Claire with a High Capacity Mag for her JMB Hp3 firearm.

Sewer Treatment Pool Room safe code

The third and final safe in the game is found much later once you’ve entered the grimy depths of the sewers. Once you’ve found yourself in the Monitor Room with the chess piece plug puzzle, exit through the only door and cross the bridge, then head right at the end to find another safe in plain view in the Treatment Pool Room.

The solution to this safe is easy peasy. Simply look on the right hand side of the unit and you’ll see the combination etched out in chalk.

Safe code: 2 Left, 12 Right, 8 Left

Follow the above combination and the safe will reward Leon with the Shotgun Stock for his W-870 and Claire with a Reinforced Frame for her SLS 60.

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