Resident Evil 2 Portable Safe Code - How to Open the Portable Safe in Resident Evil 2

Resident Evil 2 Portable Safe Code - How to Open the Portable Safe in Resident Evil 2

Here's your guide on how to open the portable safe found within the Raccoon City police department of Resident Evil 2.

Although the portable safes can be tricky to open in Resident Evil 2, they're actually well worth tracking down and obtaining. In this Resident Evil 2 portable safe code guide, we'll be providing you with the solution for the portable safe found in the Raccoon City police department, so you can open it up as easily as possible.

Resident Evil 2 RCPD Portable Safe Combination

Firstly, you can locate this portable safe in the Raccoon City police department of Resident Evil 2, while you’re playing as Leon Kennedy. You can see the exact location of the portable safe on the map screen just below, which is located on the second floor of the building.

The location of the portable safe | Hirun Cryer

Nearby to where you find the portable safe, you’ll find a note relating to the item. This note instructs you to push the buttons in the correct order, to open the safe and claim the item inside. Normally this would be a long trial and error process, but in the images just below, we’ve highlighted the full order of buttons that you need to press.

The first button you should press | Hirun Cryer
The second button | Hirun Cryer
The third button | Hirun Cryer
The fourth button | Hirun Cryer
The fifth button | Hirun Cryer
The sixth button | Hirun Cryer
The seventh button | Hirun Cryer
The eighth and final button | Hirun Cryer

What's in the Portable Safe?

Once you’ve pressed the buttons in this corresponding order, the portable safe will open up for Leon to claim. The item that you’ll receive is called a ‘spare part’, and although it's a pretty enigmatic item at first, you can put it to good use by heading down to the safety deposit room on the first floor.

Interact with the main terminal control panel in the safety deposit room, and you'll have the opportunity to put the spare part onto the machine. This makes up for the missing key panels on the machine, which you can then use to open up multiple lockers within the room.

Now that we’re all done here, you can continue ahead to our additional coverage of Resident Evil 2, here at USgamer. Head over to our Resident Evil 2 essential tips page, where we run through all the key information that all survivors of the apocalypse need to know.

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Hirun Cryer

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Hirun Cryer is by far the most juvenile member of USgamer. He's so juvenile, that this is his first full-time job in the industry, unlike literally every other person featured on this page. He's written for The Guardian, Paste Magazine, and Kotaku, and he likes waking up when the sun rises and roaming the nearby woods with the bears and the wolves.

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