The Attache Case ( アタッシュケース ? ) functions as part of the player's inventory screen in Resident Evil 4 .  It consists of a grid on which items snap into place; the items can be moved and rotated to fit the player's liking. The case is only for weapons, weapon attachments, ammo, and health items with the exception for Ada in Assignment: Ada who has to use space for Plaga Samples which are key items.
The case is initially quite small, but the player has the option to buy larger cases from the Merchant over the course of the game.
Cases can not be sold back. The segment where you play Ashley , Ada in Assignment Ada, and all the character in the Mercenaries minigame only have the default case available.
- 1.1 Default Case
- 1.2 Attache Case M
- 1.3 Attache Case L
- 1.4 Attache Case XL
- 2 Main Game and Separate Ways Cases
- 3 Bibliography
Leon and Ada's Case at the start of Resident Evil 4, This version has minimal room for the player to keep items (ammunition, healing, etc.) unlike the medium, large or extra-large versions for sale from the merchant.
Specifically, the inventory space of the Attache Case S is ten by six squares for a total of sixty squares.
It is not required to upgrade to the medium size to be able to purchase the large and so on - it's fine to wait and save a bit of money (the medium only adds one row and one columns).
Attache Case M
A mid-sized case designed to hold various items. Leon can upgrade from his Attache Case S to the M in Resident Evil 4.
Upgrading from the small case to the medium case adds one row and one column to the inventory. The total inventory space of the Attache Case M is eleven by seven squares, or seventy-seven squares total, a 28% increase.
Attache Case L
An upgradeable Case that Leon can choose in Resident Evil 4.
The Attach Case L expands the medium case by one row and one column. Its inventory space is twelve by eight squares, or ninety-six total squares, a 24% increase from the medium case and a 60% increase from the small case.
Attache Case XL
An upgradeable Case that Leon can choose in Resident Evil 4. This is the largest and most expensive case. It can be bought from the Merchant in Chapter 3-3 , in Salazar Castle . The first Merchant who sells the case is in the corridor after the room with a free Rocket Launcher inside the glass cabinet.
Buying the XL case adds three columns to the inventory grid for a grand total of one hundred twenty squares, exactly double the space that Leon had at the start of the game.
There is a Rocket Launcher in the room before the Merchant that sells the Attache Case XL. If you buy it right there, the Rocket Launcher easily fits in the new case.
Main Game and Separate Ways Cases
- Koichi Hamamura, ed (2006) (in Japanese). biohazard4 kaitaishinsho revised edition . Famitsu. ISBN 4-7577-2638-4 .
- ↑ biohazard4 kaitaishinsho revised edition , p. 431.
- 1 Leon Scott Kennedy
- 2 Alcina Dimitrescu
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Attache case xl.
The Attache Case XL is the extra large sized version of the Attache Case . It has 120 cells (8x15) to hold all your items.
Buy it from The Merchant for 73,000 PTAS in Chapter 3: Part 3 .
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Resident Evil 4 Remake doesn't mess with the attaché case storage inventory
So far, so good.
If you’re a fan of Resident Evil 4 , it’s very likely that you’re also a fan of the attaché case storage. Finding the most convenient way to shove your items all into one case may not be everyone’s favourite pastime, but reorganising Leon or Ada’s storage was definitely a strangely satisfying time for many.
In fact, the attaché case item storage was such a hit, that someone made their own spin-off game of it. Save Room - Organisation Puzzle quite literally took Resident Evil 4’s attaché case, and even some of the items you’d typically expect to find inside, and made it a game of its own.
The goal of the game is to fit all the items in your attaché case each level, and if you’ve spent any time at all with Resident Evil 4, this will be almost natural to you. That said, a game solely spent reorganising your inventory isn’t exactly a great one, but it goes to show just how appreciated Resident Evil 4’s attaché case really is.
Recently, I was able to spend some time playing the beginning of the Resident Evil 4 Remake , and was left really impressed by the direction it appears to be going in. Off the bat, there were a few things I needed to know; how has combat changed? Does Leon still say “bingo?” And just how terrifying does the chainsaw man look now?
Amongst these questions I looked to have answered, I was also wondering about how the inventory would look. Would we still have the attaché case, giving me yet another reason to waste time rotating ammo into slots and doing anything but playing the actual game?
The attaché case does, in fact, live on. By the looks of things, it remains relatively unscathed too. This was one of the small touches that Resident Evil Village could’ve included once more, but didn’t. While Village's inventory space was still reminiscent of the attaché case, it still remains no match for the Resident Evil 4 inventory.
The only question that does remain unanswered regarding the attaché case is going about upgrading it. During my time with the remake, I sadly didn’t get to meet the illusive Merchant and see what wares he has to offer, like a case upgrade. So now, we must wait and see if our attaché case organisation desires are fully met, however, I suspect the Merchant will be involved still. Why wouldn't he?
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