One of the requests given to you by the Merchant requires you to find a Gold Chicken Egg in Resident Evil 4. This request will be available after you have progressed a little bit into the story and will be called the Egg Hunt request. Completing the request will give you Spinels and this guide will show you how to get the Gold Chicken Egg in Resident Evil 4.
If you are looking to complete this quest, make sure that you complete it before you head back to the Church. This is because the lake where you can find the Gold Chicken Egg becomes inaccessible due to the collapse of the bridge. This point in the story also means that you should get the request as soon as you can and find it before you head towards the Church.
How to Find the Gold Chicken Egg in Resident Evil 4
When you first begin the request from The Merchant, the hunt for the Gold Chicken Egg doesn’t begin immediately. You can get the Gold Chieck Egg when you reach the point in the story where you have to fight the Del Lago boss in the game. As you are looking for the fuel to sail across the lake, the boss will attack and damage your boat, forcing you to look for another boat that will take you across. You can get a boat from a nearby boathouse, allowing you to continue with a new boat.
When you do get the boat, you can now freely explore using this vehicle. Now, let us focus on how to get to the egg. The first thing you need to do is to head far east on the lake where you can have the option to dock the boat. This area will have a few chickens and bird coops around, but you should look for the spot that has barrels. Behind the barrels, you will find the Gold Chicken Egg on the ground, which you can now give to the Merchant.
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Completing this request will give you three Spinels as a reward. That’s how you can find the Gold Chicken Egg in Resident Evil 4. Post your comments below.