Evil Dead: The Game – How to Switch Weapons

Anjali Patel
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Evil Dead: The Game allows you to employ a variety of weapons to demolish the zombies. At any one time, you’ll have two weapons to choose from, and switching back and forth between them is critical for survival. This guide will explain how this strategy works and the best way to switch between weapons in The Evil Dead.

While many games use a dedicated button to swap between weapons, the Evil Dead uses a more natural manner. But first, let’s distinguish between ranged and melee weaponry. Melee weapons are sharp and blunt instruments that allow you to fight zombie opponents up and personal. They include hammers, knives, spears, and other sharp and blunt objects.

This guide will explain how this strategy works and the best way to switch between weapons in The Evil Dead.

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Switching Weapons in Evil Dead: The Game

Ranged weapons are the inverse of melee weapons. These are weapons and other gaming components. Because guns require ammunition to fire, you’ll want to avoid wasting your rounds, which is why being able to switch ammo at will is essential. And it’s not difficult to accomplish.

This is how you attack in Evil Dead The Game:

  • The L2/LT button is used to aim a ranged weapon.
  • The R2/RT button is used to fire your ranged weapon.
  • You will employ a strong melee attack if you press R2/RT without targeting, that is, without pressing the L2/LT button.

In a word, aiming first and then attacking by hitting the right trigger button will result in you shooting with your gun. You will conduct a powerful melee attack on the opponent if you do not aim and merely push the right trigger button.

Concentrate on what you’re doing with the L2/LT button, and players will be able to transition weapons from ranged to melee quickly.

So, if you need to switch between weapons in Evil Dead, the Left Trigger is mostly in charge. Evil Dead: The Game is currently available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC (through Epic Games Store), and Nintendo Switch.

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