Resident Evil 2 Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon Locations - How to Find All the Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon Statue Locations

Resident Evil 2 Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon Locations - How to Find All the Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon Statue Locations

Here's where to find all the Mr. Raccoon Statues in Resident Evil 2's Ghost Survivors DLC chapters.

Within the Ghost Survivors DLC for Resident Evil 2, there are ten additional Mr. Raccoon statues for you to find and destroy. In this Resident Evil 2 Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon guide, we'll be walking you through how to find all the Ghost Survivors Mr. Raccoon statue locations within the four additional DLC chapters.

If however you instead need help with any matters relating to the base game of Capcom’s remaster, you’ll want to head over to our main Resident Evil 2 walkthrough guide. Here you can find not only a beginner’s guide to surviving the apocalypse, but also a list of essential tips that all players should know.

Where to Find the Mr. Raccoon Statues in the Resident Evil 2 Ghost Survivors DLC

There are three chapters in the Ghost Survivors DLC, and then a fourth and final one that opens up later. Just below, you can find sections on how to find all the Mr. Raccoon statues we’ve found so far in each chapter of the DLC for Resident Evil 2.

What could be the reward for collecting all 10? | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

No Time to Mourn Raccoon Statue Locations

When you first start playing as Robert Kendo, you can go straight ahead into the gun shop. Before you exit out the other side, turn to your right, and Mr. Raccoon is on a shelf just above your head height.

The first statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom
The location of the first statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

Kendo will eventually descend into the underground area where you first fought William Birkin. When you’re on the lower walkway, look to the middle of the room to see another Mr. Raccoon statue.

The second statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom
The location of the second statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

At the northern end of the Lower floor of the Sewers section, you’ll encounter a vine zombie for the first time in the level. Look down the pipe behind the zombie, and you can see another Mr. Raccoon statue.

The third statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom
The location of the third statue in No Time to Mourn. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

Runaway Raccoon Statue Locations

After Katherine has left the orphanage and made it out into the streets, you'll pass through a bus with a horde of zombies and two pale ones. When you're in the basketball court with the Licker, there's a Mr. Raccoon statue on the left hand bench.

The first statue in Runaway. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom
The location of the first statue in Runaway. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

Near the conclusion of Runaway, Katherine is in the jail cells area. In the row of cells furthest away from where you entered the area, there's a Mr. Raccoon statue in the middle cell.

Forgotten Soldier Raccoon Statue Locations

Right at the very end of the laboratory section, where Leon/Claire first enter the lab from departing the cable car, Mr. X will emerge from a door on your right. Dodge round Mr. X, and enter the door where he emerged from. On a desk next to a computer screen in this room, there's a Mr. Raccoon statue.

The Forgotten Soldier's Raccoon statue. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Capcom

No Way Out Raccoon Statue Locations

Head over to our No Way Out guide if you’re stuck on how to unlock the chapter in Ghost Survivors. There’s only one Mr. Raccoon statue found in this chapter with Daniel Cortini, and it’s behind the back entrance door to the gas station. You’re going to need a zombie to open the door, and then shoot then Raccoon statue behind the door while it’s open.

For now, these are all the Mr. Raccoon statues that we’ve managed to locate within Resident Evil 2’s Ghost Survivors DLC. As soon as we uncover the locations of any additional statues, we’ll make sure to update our guide here straight away.

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