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Resident Evil 4 sword puzzle solution, how to solve Treasury puzzle

Need a solution? Knight a problem.

You have to solve the sword puzzle in Resident Evil 4 to open a gate in the Treasury and make your way deeper into the castle during Chapter 7.

To solve the sword puzzle, however, you first need to get the last sword, which is located in the same room.

To help you in your journey through the castle, we've detailed the complete sword puzzle solution in the Treasury below, which includes how to get the last sword, and the correct placement for the swords in Resident Evil 4.

Please note that this is a guide for the remake of Resident Evil 4 so the solution or puzzle might not be the same in the original version.

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How to get the last sword for Treasury puzzle in Resident Evil 4

There are four swords you need to slot into the correct plaques of various scenes featuring a knight in the Treasury. However, you can't solve the sword puzzle in the Treasury until you get the last one, the Bloodied Sword.

To get the Bloodied Sword, you need to light-up the correct symbols by pulling the chain or shooting the symbols. The required symbols are displayed on the gate itself.

The correct symbols to open the gate are:

  • Stag
  • Snake
  • Bird

The stag symbol is actually outside the gate, so you can pull the chain under it to activate its flame.

The snake symbol is in the back, to the right inside the locked gate. You need to shoot it to activate the flame.

Lastly, the bird symbol is at the front, to the right inside the locked gate. You also have to shoot it to turn the flame on.

Once you activate the correct three symbols, the gate will open and you can pick up the Bloodied Sword from the statue in the middle of the room.

Our Resident Evil 4 walkthrough can help you through the village with guides on the Large and Small Cave Shrine puzzle solutions, the Church dial puzzle, and Del Lago, El Gigante, and Méndez bosses. When you reach the castle, you have to tackle the Treasury sword, Wall With Four Slots, Dining Hall bell, and Grandfather Clock correct time puzzles, along with the Dungeon Garrador, two giants, and Ramón Salazar bosses. The island is up next, and there's still brain teasers with callibration puzzles, keycard locations, and a hidden wrench, along with final bosses Krauser and Sadler.

Resident Evil 4 sword puzzle solution in Treasury

Now that you have all four, it's time to solve the sword puzzle!

The clues are in the pictures themselves, showing a knight in various scenarios, and you have to insert the sword that makes the most sense in the current scene.

From left to right, the correct Treasury sword puzzle solution in Resident Evil 4 is:

  1. Iron Sword
  2. Golden Sword
  3. Bloodied Sword
  4. Rusted Sword

Here's a picture of the correct sword puzzle solution if you prefer to see it:

Once you've put all the swords in the correct plaques, the small Treasury gate between them will open and you can continue working your way through the castle.

If you'd like more help with the Resident Evil 4 remake, you can visit our walkthrough for more puzzle solutions, boss guides, and Request help.

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