It can be a bit time consuming if you watch the cut scenes again and again during boss battles. So Resident Evil 2 players can skip the cut scenes by using the selective keys on their consoles and PC.
Also, note that you cannot skip cut scenes that are related to the game engine like the intro and key conversions cannot be skipped as well.
If you are also playing the resident Evil 3 remake you can also learn How to Skip Cut Scenes in Resident Evil 3 Remake
It’s easy to skip dialogue screens or cut scenes in RE2 on your PC. Let’s learn how.
How to skip Cut Scenes in Resident Evil 2 on PC
1. To skip a cutscene on PC when playing Resident Evil 2 you just have to press a few buttons. Yes, it’s that easy.
2. When you see a cutscene when you are playing the game to skip the cutscene Press the spacebar button and escape button at the same time on your keyboard
3. A pause menu will appear. Now to confirm the skip you have to press the space button again to confirm.
How to skip Cut Scenes in Resident Evil 2 on Sony PlayStation 3, 4 Pro
Step 1: In your playstation controller press the options button.
Step 2: Then you will be able to skip cut scenes in re 2 remakes in ps4.
Step 3: A pause menu will appear. Now to confirm the skip you have to press the same button again to confirm.
How to skip Cut Scenes in Resident Evil 2 on Xbox, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X
Step 1: In your Xbox controller press the A button to skip cut scenes when you are playing the game on your Xbox console like Xbox one s or one x.
Step 2: A black screen will appear showing you the buttons to press to skip the cutscene or to resume the cutscene.
Step 3: Now to confirm the skip you have to press the button to confirm.
Hope you were able to skip the cutscenes when playing the Resident Evil 2 remake on your gaming pc or console. Do let us know if you face any problems with our tutorial in the comments section we will help you out.
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