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Resident Evil Revelations Wii U boasts an 'extremely expanded' Raid mode

The online co-op mode will be bigger than ever

You can look forward to an "extremely expanded" Raid mode in Resident Evil Revelations Wii U. That's the word from Capcom's Christian Svensson who has been talking about the game's online co-op mode on the company's forum.

Svensson, Capcom's senior vice president posted: "The other thing you should look forward to is trying out the extremely expanded raid mode (details to come in the coming months) in RE:Revelations. I find it scratches a LOT of the same itches."

Resident Evil Revelations was the second Resident Evil game to be released for 3DS after Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. Revelations built on Mercenaries with an online co-op multiplayer mode to go alongside the story mode. Raid mode rewards you for killing a higher number of enemies within a stage, earning you upgrades for weapons.

As revealed earlier this week, you'll be able to play as Hunk and use extra weapons in Raid mode in Resident Evil Revelations Wii U.

You can read more about the new additions to Resident Evil Revelations in the March issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine which hits shelves on Wednesday 13 February.


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  1. MartinIsAwesome Thursday 24th Jan 2013 at 12:58

    If they really are expanding it a lot, I suppose that means there's little chance of a connection between Wii U and 3DS versions.
    Althoguh, Capcom are including an offline local co-op mode to Monster Hunter Tri. Could something similar be worked out for Resident Evil: Revelations?

  2. imbusydoctorwho Thursday 24th Jan 2013 at 13:08

    It'll be interesting to see how much new content the port will have,

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