Once you reach the gate at the Farm’s exit in RE4: Remake, you’ll see the “Destroy the Blue Medallions” Request hanging just outside this location. Shooting Blue Medallions is usually a part of Blue Notice Requests whose exclusive rewards are tradable at the Merchant’s Hideout. And after the Village Square encounter in Chapter 1, you’ll find the first of these Requests at the Farm site.
- There are a total of five RE4 Remake Blue Medallion Farm Locations, and here is the location of all five:
- Players will spot the first blue medallion dangling through the double-story Barn’s window facing the Farm’s exit gate.
- 2nd medallion should be on the cabin’s rear wall where you’ll find the Typewriter once you enter the Farm.
- The third blue medallion will be suspended from the ceiling of the shed next to the small windmill behind the animals’ mud pit.
- The fourth medallion should be behind the second pillar of the single-story barn located at the center of the Farm.
- Finally, once players reach the attic of the Two-story Barn on the Farm, head to the wooden door at the back of the room, drop down, and they’ll see the last medallion hanging beneath the balcony just behind them.
- After collecting all the medallions, players will receive 3 Spinels as their reward once they meet the Merchant for the first time outside the Abandoned Factory in Chapter 2.
- These Spinels are rare Treasure pieces that can be traded for exclusive items at the Merchant’s shop.
- After players’ first encounter with missions like uncovering Blue Medallion locations, they can trade the reward for the following items after the Farm in Resident Evil 4 Remake:
- Treasure Map (1x Spinel)
- Yellow Diamond (3x Spinel)
- Yellow Herb (3x Spinel)
- Punisher (5x Spinel)
- Laser Light attachment (10x Spinel)
Locations Of All The Blue Medallions
As per the Notice Request, you’ll have to uncover 5 RE4 Remake Blue Medallion Farm Locations and shoot them down. As you explore the area, you can also locate these Medallions on your map screen in case you’ve walked past them. After knocking them all down, you’ll receive 3 Spinels after visiting the Merchant at his shop.
- You can find the first medallion dangling from one of the windows of the double-story Barn at the eastern corner of the Farm.
- The next medallion is embedded in the small cabin’s rear wall at the Farm’s entrance, where you’ll initially find the Typewriter.
- The third medallion should be dangling from the ceiling of a shed found next to the small windmill near the pigs at the back of the Farm.
- After that, you’ll see the fourth medallion behind a pillar of the barn located at the center of the map.
- For convenience, you can go around the barn and shoot this medallion down from one of its windows.
- For the last medallion, you’ll first need to enter the double-story Barn via the door next to the Farm’s exit gate.
- After going through the door, avoid the tripwire bomb and climb the ladder to reach the first floor.
- Now, go past the wooden door behind the rotating mechanism to reach the balcony, drop down, and you’ll see the fifth medallion hanging from the corner of the balcony behind you.
Cashing In The Request’s Reward
After successfully visiting all of RE4 Remake’s Blue Medallion Farm Locations, you can instantly claim your reward at the Merchant’s shop. You’ll first meet the Merchant in Resident Evil 4: Remake after recollecting all your gear at the Abandoned Factory at the start of Chapter 2.
After meeting the Merchant at this location in RE4: Remake, you’ll see an accomplishment screen that you’ve successfully completed the “Destroy the Blue Medallions” Notice Request at the Farm. In return, you’ll also receive 3 Spinels that you can trade for exclusive items at the shop.
You’ll currently be able to trade Spinels for the following items:
- Treasure Map: Village for 1x Spinel
- Yellow Herb for 3x Spinel
- Punisher for 5x Spinel
- Yellow Diamond for 3x Spinel
- Laser Light for 10x Spinel
How To Meet The Merchant For The First Time?
After your first encounter with Bitores Mendez and Luis Sera in Chapter 1, you’ll now find yourself separated from your inventory in the Abandoned Factory at the start of Chapter 2. To meet the Merchant, you’ll first need to grab your gear and escape the Factory.
- From the Chapter’s starting room, make your way outside, following the narrow hallway and grabbing the Kitchen Knife from the corpse found along the path.
- As you continue down the hallway, you’ll eventually reach an open room with a wandering Ganado who you can kill with your recent Kitchen Knife.
- Then, vault over any of the 2 windows to your right and follow the straight path, stealth-killing the Ganado in your way until you enter the exit room with your inventory locked behind the door on your right.
- You’ll need to crank the hand wheel next to this door in order to grab your items from the other side.
- After completely opening the rusted steel door on the other side via the hand wheel, rush back to the aforementioned open room and walk past that steel door before it closes down.
- Once that’s done, recoup all your lost inventory, and after opening the door in front, you’ll trigger a cutscene with your first encounter with the Merchant.
- Exit the Factory from the giant metal door at the end, and the Merchant’s shop will be set up right outside.
Which Reward Should You Pick?
Since you can only afford 3 out of the 5 tradable items at the shop for the time being, you’ll have to decide between the Yellow Diamond, Yellow Herb, and the Treasure Map. However, you could also explore other locations and complete Notice Requests like the Blue Medallions at the Farm to stack up your Spinel collection for a much larger reward in Resident Evil 4: Remake.
With that said, we’ve made a list of these tradable items from best to worst so you can decide which one to take:
The Punisher is a much better weapon than the default SG-09 R pistol. It has more Ammo Capacity, Reload Speed, and Rate of Fire with slightly less damage output. And apart from that, it has much better scaling as you level up the weapon’s stat later in your playthrough. So for trading 5 Spinels, you can get a much more versatile and future-proof inventory with a reliable pistol.
2. Yellow Diamond
Yellow Diamonds are one of the most expensive and rarest gemstones in RE4: Remake. Once you trade it in for 3 Spinels, you can sell it right away for 7000 Pesatos. However, you can get a much bigger profit after combining it with certain treasures.
Some treasures can be inlaid with several gemstones to increase their value tremendously. This new price is equal to the value of the treasure and its gemstone individually. However, once you fill a treasure with gemstones, you’ll get a Gemstone Bonus that further increases its value, making it more expensive than its constituents. As such, a Yellow Diamond gives you a great opportunity to cash in a fortune later in your playthrough.
3. Laser Light
The Laser Light is an attachment you can equip onto either the Punisher or the SG-09R for improved visual accuracy. Despite costing 10 Spinels and being the most expensive tradable item on the list, the Laser can definitely add a ton of value to your arsenal.
Pistols are by far the most used weapon in the game, so you’ll find their ammunition much more frequently compared to other weapon types. As such, equipping this attachment can add an extra layer of reliability and skill to your gun. However, the hefty price tag and compatibility with only 2 weapons make it a tougher sell compared to a few other options.
4. Yellow Herb
Whilst the Yellow Herb adds a permanent maximum HP boost to Leon, trading 3 Spinels for it probably won’t give you the value you’re looking for. This is because Yellow Herbs are fairly common, and you can even find one at the Farm.
As such, trading exclusive and rare items for a non-exclusive item such as this doesn’t seem like the best deal. However, if you find yourself struggling to keep a decent chunk of health, then this minor boost might be helpful for your playthrough.
5. Treasure Map: Village
Even as the cheapest option on the list, the Treasure Map has a subpar value that’ll give you a Velvet Blue which can be sold for a measly 2500 Pesatos. It’s best to only get this item if you’re a few Pesatos short of buying something significant from the Merchant or if you have a few Spinels to spare.
The Village Treasure Map is like the worse version of the Yellow Diamond, which has the potential to be much more valuable. And unlike the diamond, you’ll need to put in some extra effort to find this jewelry item. Fortunately, this is a small procedure as you’ll simply need to reach the rooftop of the northeastern house in Village Square.
That wraps up our guide on all the RE4 Remake Blue Medallion Farm Locations. As you progress through the game, these Blue Notice Requests will become increasingly tougher. Therefore, finding medallions in those requests will become much more challenging. You can even check out this Subreddit Post where players are struggling at the later Blue Requests. So it’s better to do the Farm one as soon as you can to grab some easy jewelry!
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