What are the benefits of choosing a higher difficulty in Resident Evil 6?

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  • What are the benefits of choosing a higher difficulty in Resident Evil 6? Render

    I started playing Leon's campaign in Professional as I always choose the difficulty before last...I would like for these questions to be answered please.

    • What advantages do harder difficulties provide ??
      • More skill points ?
      • Achievements ?
      • Unlockables ?
    • How much harder will it be to kill NPCs ?

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