It’s important to learn the Resident Evil 3 remake ammo combinations so that you can successfully mix the right ammo in a pinch. If you need more Shotgun ammo, for example, then you’ll need to know that Gunpowder and High-Grade Gunpowder are the correct combo. Thankfully, for those who struggle to know their MAG ammo recipe from their normal Pistol ammo, we’re here with a complete RE3 remake Gunpowder and Explosive Powder recipe guide.
All ammo combinations in Resident Evil 3 remake
All Resident Evil 3 remake Gunpowder Recipes
- Pistol Ammo
- Gunpowder + Gunpowder
- Shotgun Ammo
- Gunpowder + High-Grade Gunpowder
- MAG Ammo
- High-Grade Gunpowder + High-Grade Gunpowder
All Resident Evil 3 remake Explosive Powder Recipes
- Flame Rounds
- Explosive A + Explosive B
- Explosive Rounds
- Explosive A + Explosive A
- Acid Rounds
- Explosive B + Explosive B
- Mine Rounds
- You can’t craft these rounds. They have to be found.
If you find yourself having taking up too many inventory slots with either Gunpowder or Explosive Powder, it’s a good idea to combine them to make room for essential items.
Acid Rounds are only found in one location and it’s easy to miss them, so you may have to craft them in order to experience them. Explosive B + Explosive B will get you these rounds, though they don’t seem to be very effective in battle, outside of staggering weaker opponents.
Can you craft Mine Rounds in Resident Evil 3 remake?
As mentioned in the recipe list above, you can’t create Mine Rounds. Therefore, we’d recommend being careful when using them, so as not to waste them. I personally used Trip Mines when fighting Nemesis, as you’ll need to interrupt his run during a number of the boss fights.
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