Resident Evil Revelations achievements

Resident Evil Revelations

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Moving on Up in Resident Evil Revelations

Moving on Up20 (10)

【RAID MODE】Reach player level 10.

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Achievement Guide for Moving on Up

Runner eGirl
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Runner eGirl
Achievement won on 28 Aug 14
TA Score for this game: 2,396
Posted on 29 August 14 at 15:52, Edited on 29 August 14 at 15:54
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For this achievement, you have to reach level 10 in Raid Mode. You select Raid Mode from the Main Menu, and have the option of playing solo, hosting a co-op match, or searching for a co-op match.

There are three difficulty tiers in Raid Mode:
- Chasm
- Trench
- Abyss

These three tiers have the same 20 stages each, the difference between them being their difficulty: Chasm is Casual, Trench is Normal, and Abyss is Infernal difficulty. You need to beat Chasm for the first Trench stage to be unlocked, so for this achievement for reaching level 10 you are most likely going to be playing Casual difficulty only. Also, you don't have all 20 stages available right away, you unlock them as you play the campaign (you unlock new stages every 3 episodes: 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12). Each stage has a "recommended level," which is the minimum level you should be at for the stage to be challenging but not frustrating.

The concept itself is simple enough: you have to go from point A to point B killing enemies and not getting killed. You start out with your character of choice, which will determine the weapons you'll be carrying, and you'll find just enough ammo and herbs as you move forward. When you get to the end, you'll get some XP (not too much sadly) and BPs - which are points you can use to buy weapons and ammo for Raid Mode - depending on how you did. You can also collect customization parts and guns while you play; if you do, at the end of the match you'll be asked if you want to keep them or sell them for BPs. My advice is always keep them and then, from your inventory, check what you need/don't need and only then sell. This way, you avoid selling rare weapons or useful parts by mistake.

There are also bonuses awarded at the end of the match for killing every enemy, not sustaining any damage, and beating the stage at 5 or more levels below the recommended level. All these bonuses add to your BP total, but not your XP. The only thing I noticed slightly decreased XP at this stage of the leveling up is taking too much damage and clear time, which affect your letter score for the stage (S, A, B, C). It wasn't too much of a difference, though, at least at these early levels and low difficulty. I assume this difference could potentially grow as you level up and increase difficulty. Also, the further away (upwards) you are from the recommended level, the less XP you get.

So onto the leveling up itself. As I mentioned, there are 20 stages that you can play to get to level 10 and unlock this achievement. The recommended level for playing these stages increases gradually, and you get to recommeded level 10 at Stage 11. So you will be playing the same early stages over and over to get to level 10. Depending on how much you've played Campaign Mode, you may not have a lot of BPs to purchase ammo. If that's the case, I found Stage 7 (Rec. Lvl 6) to be a good one to collect more ammo than you actually spend, because you can run through it most of the stage and only need to kill enemies at the end to be able to move forward.

Once you get to the higher levels (7, 8, 9) you can replay the stages trying to get as many end bonuses as possible, as there are achievements for getting 10, 50, 100 and 150 bonuses. Also, some stages reward you weapons at the end, and since there is an achievement for collecting the 3 rare weapons, which are awarded randomly, it might be a good idea to play one of those levels. My "go-to" combination for the last 2 levels (and a little beyond that) was Stage 7 to collect ammo, Stage 6 to get a weapon at the end of the match.

On a side note, if you have a leveled-up partner, it doesn't even have to be a very high level, 20 or upwards will work, you can team up and unlock all Chasm levels for you (and you can even work on getting S rank on all stages for the corresponding achievement, as well as get as many bonuses as possible). This would mostly benefit you, though, your partner not so much (other than playing to level up; at ca. lvl 20 Trench stages might still be a bit too tough and ammo consuming to do solo).

Good grinding!! (and sorry about the wall of text, I didn't want to leave anything out!)
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