VII: Get to know what kind of enemies you are fighting!
You see, Resident Evil Revelations Raid Mode isn’t a walk in the park, if it were, you wouldn’t need a Resident Evil Revelations Walkthrough.
By now, you’ve probably noticed those icons next to your enemy’s purple bars. These icons tell you that those foes have special abilities, boosts that make them different from the average Joe’s. Different in the bad way. They are way more dangerous than the normal fiend. Here’s what to look out for.
The Tank is one of the most common creatures that you’ll encounter in Resident Evil Revelations Raid Mode. He’s super weak when you go full out elemental on him, but he’s almost immune to stuns. Considering that he has a ton of HP, and can do a lot of damage, it’s one creatures that you need to stay away from.
Sprinters are super-fast, and you can get swarmed by them super-quick, so beware. They don’t do that much damage, and they don’t have that much HP, but they will make a kamikaze dash towards you, so you better shoot first, and ask questions later.
Burners are super vulnerable to ice ammo, so get some parts and wreck them silly. They are set aflame, so they can be seen easily. If you see them, try to make them go bye-bye as soon as possible. They tend to explode when their HP reaches zero.
They are similar to Burners, but in the opposite way. When they explode, they freeze everything around them.
Shockers are covered in electricity, and when you shoot them dead, they will explode, immobilizing nearby enemies. You can recognize them by that purplish tint around them. It’s best if you catch them near a pack of foes.
One of the most annoying creature in Resident Evil Revelations 2 is The Barrier. They sport this protective shield which tremendously reduces incoming damage from the front. The thing is, you need to attack it from the sides, or from the back. If you have any explosive bottles with you then you’re golden. They do a lot of damage to Barriers.
Self explanatory mob in Resident Evil Revelations. It heals himself, and other surrounding enemies. You better vanquish him first before focusing on others, because you’ll waste ammo trying to kill a pack of zombies that’s getting healed constantly.
Boosters grant temporary buffs to nearby foes. If you destroy a Booster, their buffs will also disappear from the selected enemy, or enemies.
These invisible creatures are really annoying, mainly because they are, go figure, invisible. Try to take them out as soon as you can. They turn visible when you point your weapon at them.
These disgusting things let a yellow smoke fill the ground they walk on. If you step in the smoke, it will drain your health. Try to avoid them as best as you can. Melee attacks are not recommended.
The Coat of Armor
They are covered in silver, and they give you a huge experience boost once dead. They have a tight defense system, to make up for their lack of HP. They are more than difficult to take down, but vanquishing them is so very satisfying.