Resident Evil 2: How to find and complete the Sewers Chess Puzzle

The new Resident Evil 2 remake is the latest addition in the RE series, and although it has a unique storyline, still the basic concepts are inspired by the previous additions.

Similar to the older Resident Evil 2, players have to solve various puzzles to continue with the campaign in this remake. Some of the puzzles in the game are quite easy and requires not much time to accomplish, but most of the puzzles require ample amount of problem-solving skills and putting sufficient thought to solve the puzzles.

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In the list of in-game puzzles, the Sewers Chess Plug is one of the most challenging problems to get through in the game.

 Moreover, the solution for this puzzle varies with the character that you are playing with, which makes it much more complicated for players. In order to pass through the monitor door in this remake, players require collecting the three missing chess pieces from different locations and placing all the pieces in the right order on the wall. Knight Bishop and Pawn are already present on the wall, and three missing chess pieces, King, Queen, and the Rock are required to be placed.

 As a player successfully collects all three plugs, he can then access the monitor room and continue with the campaign. But to find these missing items, players have to solve additional puzzles and then only they can receive the missing chess plugs.

To locate the King and Queen pieces, players will be required going towards the Supplies Storage Room situated at the Sewers lower area where a T-Bar Valve Handle is present near the treatment plant.

Gamers will have to use the T-Bar valve to get across the floodgates and then making their route through the Bottom Waterway reaching the Supplies Store Room.

Just a few steps ahead, players will be able to spot the Queen piece on the left side door of the Supplies Store Room.

 Now players will be required to place this piece into the right-hand side door, which would allow players to get across the locked door and reach to the staircase.

As gamers would climb up the staircase, they can immediately spot the kings piece. Then by jumping down players will be required to reach back to the right-hand side gate and place the King piece in its socket which would open the door behind them.

After the door behind the player is unlocked, players will be required to remove the Queen and king pieces from their slot and head towards the Lower waterway Floodgate and use the lift to get to the Workroom.

As you exit the Workroom, the Rock piece would be placed at the nearest door. Remove the piece from its slot and now run for the Monitor room. Players will be required to assemble all the plugs in a pattern to unlock the doors.

The Knight, Rock, and Bishop should be placed in a top to bottom order on the left side of the door and the King, Queen and Pawn will also be placed in a top to bottom order.

But if you are going through with your second campaign, then the order of placing the plugs would also change.

 For players in their second run requires placing King, Bishop, and Queen on the left-hand side of the door and the Knight, Rook, and Pawn for the right side of the door.

As you correctly place the pieces in their right order, then you will be able to continue with your campaign. Hopefully, now you will easily accomplish this challenging Sewer Chess Puzzle and would require no time to finish the campaign.

Lucia Mandela is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002.    As a technical expert, Lucia has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers  and reviews for many   websites such as office.com/setup .

Published by marconixon

Hello, I’m Marco. I am working as an IT professional and holds a very good experience in the same field.

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