Resident Evil 4 Remake: How to Solve the Lithographic Stone Puzzle

Lithographic Stone Puzzle Solution in Resident Evil 4 Remake

Resident Evil 4 Remake Lithographic Stone puzzle cover

The Lithographic Stone puzzle is one of the puzzles that players will encounter in Resident Evil 4 Remake, where Leon has to slot in slabs of stones in a door in the right order to get access to the next area. Although there are only four puzzle pieces altogether, some players may have trouble figuring out the correct order.

Read ahead as we go through the Lithographic Stone puzzle in Resident Evil 4 Remake and share the solution for it.

How to solve the Lithographic Stone puzzle

To solve the lithographic stone puzzle, you must first collect the other three stone plates. They can be found within the Bindery. The B plate is near the puzzle door, the C plate near the first entrance to the area, and the D plate is stored behind a glass window that you can smash.

Once you have all plates, go to the puzzle door and place the plates on the slots. You can save some steps in solving this puzzle if you place the plates in this order: B, D, C. This way, you will have D and C on the right slots, while you only have to swap B with the already placed A plate.

The correct placements of the plates should be, from the top clockwise: D, C, B, A. Once you have this right, you can then flip the plates to make sure that the emblems that are showing are the same as the emblems on the slot. The emblems on the slots for B and C are scratched, but you can still work it out based on the color.

You will know if you have the plates placed in the right order if you hear an unlocking sound. Then, you can proceed to the next area.

Check out this video by HarryNinetyFour showing how to solve the Lithographic Stones puzzle in Resident Evil 4 Remake: