Resident Evil 7 Dirty Coin Guide – Uses, How to Get

Resident Evil 7 Dirty Coin Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about the Dirty Coin which first made an appearance in the game’s demo.

Those of you who played the game’s demos might know about Dirty Coin which apparently had no function in the playable demos. Now that the full game has been released, we know the exact function that the Dirty Coin has.

For more help on Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, read out our Mia Boss Battle Guide, Healing Guide, and Antique Coins Locations Guide.

Resident Evil 7 Dirty Coin Guide

In our Resident Evil 7 Dirty Coin, we have detailed everything you need to know about this strange coin and what exactly it does in the game.

Resident Evil 7 Dirty Coin

In the game, there are special collectables called Antique Coins or Ancient Coins. These coins are required in order to open up locked bird cages which not only contain an HP booster and a reload speed booster but also a powerful handgun called Magnum.

It is important to note that if you wish to open up all the locked bird cages in the game, you need to find all 20 Antique Coins scattered all across the game. But where does the Dirty Coin come in?

Dirty Coin in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is essentially an extra Ancient Coin which is at players’ disposal right from the beginning of the game. The idea is to give players a head start if they wish to get one of the aforementioned goodies.

Moreover, since these Ancient Coins are hard to come by, it is possible to miss a couple of these. While we have detailed the locations of all 20 Ancient Coins in our guide attached above, you can definitely use the Dirty Coin if you want to do everything yourself and cannot seem to find one or two.

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