The passage leads to multiple rooms such as the B3F west corridor, the Power chamber passage, the Laboratory, and the Morgue. A couple of air shafts can be seen below the right side of the wall, though there's one that was broken. In the 2002 Remake, the Central cloister has been added with a shelf containing small and large containers. There's also an operating table that has been neglected.
In the original Resident Evil, the passage are being stalked with multiples zombies. The door towards the Morgue room is locked from the inside where as the door to the Power Chamber passage requires the Power Area Key that can be found inside the Image preparation room. After hearing the emergency notice, two Chimeras will occupy this area regardless the zombies have been killed or not. Though they can be outrun to avoid any bullet waste.
In Remake, two zombies will be faced here. Had them been killed, their bodies can be disposed using the Fuel Canteen before they become Crimson Heads. The Key for the Power Area is needed to enter the morgue room and the Power chamber passage. By returning here after the confrontation between Albert Wesker and the Tyrant, two Chimeras will come through the ventilation shaft. They can either be faced or outrun.
|Broken air shaft||It's too dark to see anything...|
|Morgue door||It's locked from inside.|
|Power chamber passage door||"Power room". The door is tightly locked.|
|Resident Evil (2002)|
|The shelf||The shelves are lined with large and small containers. Tiny egg cling to the sides of the containers.|
|Operating table||An operating table table stands neglected.|
|The door to the morgue room (Without the key)||It's locked. A symbol resembling a power area is carved into the lock.|
|The door to the Power chamber passage (Without the key)||It's locked. A symbol resembling a power area is carved into the lock.|
|The door to the morgue room (With the key)||You used the Laboratory Key.|
|The door to the Power chamber passage (With the key)||You used the Laboratory Key.|
- Hamamura, Koichi, ed (2002) (in Japanese). biohazard Kaitai Shinsho. Famitsu. ISBN 4-7577-0980-3.
- Takeo, Sakamoto, ed (1997) (in Japanese). Inside of BIO-HAZARD. ASCII. ISBN 4-89366-659-2.
- ↑ Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.369.