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Resident Evil 3 train puzzle solution for the escape route

resident evil 3 subway trains railway puzzle
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The Resident Evil 3 train puzzle is tricky one, based around working out a safe route through the subway for the passengers, moving around blockages and finding a path through the tunnels in advance. Resident Evil 3 (opens in new tab) doesn't have many puzzles like this, so it's something of a change of gears after blasting zombies in the head, but we've got the train puzzle solution laid for you just below. Seems like everything's going to be just fine!

Resident Evil 3 train puzzle solution

(Image credit: Capcom)

The Resident Evil 3 train puzzle solution involves inputting the codes for various stations to plot a route from the Redstone Street station subway to Fox Park, creating an escape route for Jill, Carlos and other Raccoon City Survivors. 

To do that you'll need to input the station codes for platforms that aren't blocked by red tracks. The easiest way to do that is to read the main board on the wall as it features both the blockages and the station codes, while the console only shows the blocked lines. 

However you approach it, this is the final; answer: 

(Image credit: Capcom)

Input this code into the console and you'll solve the puzzle and move on to the next challenge: 

  • RE-01
  • FA-02
  • RA-03
  • SA-02
  • FO-01

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Leon Hurley
Leon Hurley

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