One of Resident Evil Village’s early characters, Luiza, has a rare and valuable treasure that players can acquire and sell for lots of cash. Our guide will help you to find it and make you richer in Resident Evil Village.
One of Resident Evil Village’s most fascinating elements is the varied nature of its characters – both supporting and main. Due to the enforced peril caused by the Lycan outbreak in the ‘Village’, characters like Luiza add a real dynamic to the game’s atmosphere.
In addition to this, she also possesses an item of great value that can be used to greatly increase your chances of survival in this nightmarish part of Romania. Taking down Lady Dimitrescu, Heisenberg, and Mother Miranda needs you to be exploring and building yourself up. Luiza’s treasure will go a long way to helping you early on, and here’s how you can find it.
*SPOILERS TO FOLLOW*
Where to find Luiza’s key in Resident Evil Village
Near the beginning of Resident Evil Village, you’ll encounter Luiza as she shields the remaining members of the village in her house from Lycans.
After innocent Luiza succumbs to the actions of Elena’s infected Father, you’re forced to flee the area. However, once you’re able to explore the Village freely, later on, you will need to head back to the house that gets burned down and destroyed.
Be warned though, depending on when you head there you could either be greeted by four of the large flying enemies or by the very powerful Vârcolac Alfa Lycan waiting in the field for you.
It will take a considerable amount of effort to bring it down, but once you’ve done that, you have free reign to head back to the “Luiza’s Heirloom” treasure marker on the map.
Open the treasure box and obtain “Luiza’s necklace.” You then need to open up your menu and interact with the necklace to take individual items from it – including “Luiza’s Key.”
How to use Luiza’s Key in Resident Evil Village
The box requiring the key isn’t actually anywhere near the placement of the key. Instead, you will have to make your way to the “Altar” area.
You can see the location on our picture below.
Simply use the on the chest and you will be rewarded with “Cesare’s Goblet.” This fine piece of craftsmanship looks great but is sought more by The Duke, and selling it to The Duke will net you 19,000 Lei.
Now you can use this extra cash to spend on upgrades to help you survive. Find out how you can earn extra cash in Resident Evil Village, and which are the best guns to upgrade.
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All Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Emblem Codes for September 2021
Here is a complete list of all the free Destiny 2 Emblem Codes in September 2021 and how to redeem them as well.
Some awesome Destiny 2 goodies are available to players through free Emblem Codes in Season of the Lost. We have all the codes, and instructions on how to acquire them in September 2021.
Each month, players are given the opportunity by Bungie to add to their collection of cosmetics in Destiny 2. It’s a chance to try out some new looks as you tackle the Trials of Osiris or PVE activities.
Our useful guide has all the Destiny 2 codes for September 2021 and also shows you how to redeem them as well.
Free Destiny 2 Emblem Codes for September 2021
The Emblem Codes will give Guardians access to a whole range of different items, and to reiterate, they are all free!
- Read More: How to get Destiny 2 Bright Dust
Here is every free Emblem Code for Destiny 2 in September 2021:
- YRC-C3D-YNC – Spicy Ramen emblem
- 7D4PKRMD7 – Sequence Flourish
- X9FGMAH6D – The Unimagined Plane
- XFV-KHP-N97 – The Visionary
- A7LFYC44X – Flames of Forgotten Truth
- JDT-NLC-JKM – Ab Aeterno
- N3LXN6PXF – The Reflective Proof
- 7CP-94V-LFP – Lone Focus / Jagged Edge
- FJ9-LAM-67F – Binding Focus
- 7F9-767-F74 – Sign of the Finite
- X4C-FGX-MX3 – Note of Conquest
- JD7-4CM-HJG – Illusion of Light
- JNX-DMH-XLA – Field of Light
- 3VF-LGC-RLX – Insula Thesauraria
- RA9XPH6KJ – Cryonautics (Beyond Light)
- JYNJAAY7D – Galilean Excursion (Beyond Light)
- 7LVGTKT7J – Future In Shadow (Beyond Light)
Even if you’re not wholly interested in every free item being gifted here, it’s still worth claiming them so that you always have the option in the future.
How to redeem Destiny 2 Emblem Codes
Bungie doesn’t make it that easy to redeem items as you’ll have to go to their official website to claim them.
Here’s what you’ll need to do with these codes:
- Go to Bungie’s code redemption website
- Sign into your account, or make one if you haven’t got one
- Select your platform
- Go through the steps until you get to the code redemption box
- Simply enter one of the above codes into the box and click “Redeem”
- Now, look at the ‘Redemption History’ tab for instructions on how to gain each item
- The item should now be available for you the next time you sign into Destiny 2!
With this knowledge in hand, you should now be able to claim all the items using the above steps.
Also, learn how to fix the Destiny 2 Error Code: BUFFALO.
Image Credit: Bungie
Apex Legends Mobile Beta Team Deathmatch mode might be coming to console & PC
Apex Legends new Team Deathmatch mode in the Mobile Beta could also be seen in the console and PC version according to leaks.
The latest updates to the Apex Legends Mobile Beta have brought a new 6v6 Team Deathmatch mode, which some players are suggesting will also release on PC and console in the future.
The extension to more regions also brought some new features for the game, such as an upgrade system for Legends and a new Team Deathmatch mode.
The new Team Deathmatch mode may be seen in the PC and Console versions of the game in the future according to code found by dataminers, which may not arrive in Season 10, but rather sometime down the line.
Although the console and PC versions of Apex Legends have suffered since the Evolution Collection Event, with a recent update supposedly fixing all the server issues, the game’s Mobile version is developing nicely.
As well as being able to play the standard battle royale mode and Arenas on Apex Legends mobile, players will now also be able to hop into a Team Deathmatch mode.
The mode features two teams of six, spawning into similar-sized maps as Arenas, with Artillery being the current map available to the mode.
If you’re lucky enough to be participating in the Mobile Beta, you will be able to play this exclusive mode. However, dataminers may have uncovered code that suggests its arrival on PC and console in the future.
Thordan Smash‘s YouTube video regarding Team Deathmatch coming to Apex Legends features Shrugtal, a popular dataminer who has found code suggesting there will indeed be a team-based game mode arriving in the future.
This team-based game mode could either be Team Deathmatch or what Shrugtal is calling “Control,” a point-based mode similar to that of Domination in Call of Duty.
Further, Thordan also featured an interview with someone he claims works for EA, where the employee confirms that there will be a variety of team-based modes coming to Apex Legends in the future: “there will be a bunch of other modes, like capture the flag…or the bomb one.”
These rumors and leaks seem more viable now that the mobile version of Apex Legends has a Team Deathmatch mode in its Closed Beta.
However, it could be a while until we see these modes on PC and console, and they may also be slightly different from the 6v6 Team Deathmatch on mobile.
That’s all for Apex Legends Mobile’s Team Deathmatch mode possibly coming to console and PC. For more, check out everything you need to know about the Apex Legends Halloween Event.
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Fortnite Fourth Birthday event: Quests & rewards
It’s Fortnite’s fourth birthday! Complete special event challenges and earn cosmetic rewards with our handy Quests guide.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years since Fortnite began taking over the gaming world, but it’s true. Once again, Epic is celebrating in style with a special in-game Fourth Fortnite Birthday event, complete with Quests and rewards.
Fortnite Season 8 is a throwback in many ways, mainly thanks to the return of Kevin and his fellow alien Cubes. That’s why it’s fitting that the new season coincides with the anniversary of the battle royale’s release.
So, to celebrate, Epic is launching a Fourth Fortnite Birthday event for players to dive into, packed with plenty of Quests and rewards.
How long does Fortnite’s Fourth Birthday event last
Fittingly, the Fortnite Birthday event festivities will last for four days, ending on September 28, 2021. The game’s official birthday is in the middle of the event on September 26.
Throughout the Fortnite Birthday event, players will be able to spot birthday cakes scattered around the island. Eating these baked goods will offer valuable health and shield boosts.
Birthday presents will also be returning from last year. These can be thrown onto the ground and contain rare loot.
Fourth Fortnite Birthday Quests & rewards
As part of the celebrations, players will have the chance to complete themed Quests to earn birthday rewards and XP.
There are four Quests in total, although the good news is that you only need to complete three of them to earn all the cosmetic rewards, the “4 Me???” Back Bling, “Hooplah Hammer“ Pickaxe, and “4? Score!” Emoticon.
The four Quests are:
- Throw Birthday Presents (4)
- Consume Birthday Cakes in different matches (4)
- Dance in front of cakes (4)
- Collect resources from balloon decorations (4)
Where to dance in front of cakes: Fortnite cake locations
While players will find the other three tasks randomly around the island, the cakes that players need to dance in front of are in set locations.
The good news is that every named location has a cake, so you can choose where you want to go, whether it’s your favorite landing spot or a handy rotation.
We’ve marked every cake on the map below.
Image credits: Epic Games
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