More Spec Ops Come to Resident Evil: ORC [UPDATE]

By Rebecca Smith, 4 years ago
Edit: The DLC achievements have now been added to Those of you who waited to play this DLC can now do so without any problems. Those of you who had already unlocked some of the achievements before they were added properly will have to recover your profile and re-earn the achievements for them to count towards your total.

Original Story:

The first free Spec Ops DLC episode was released for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City last week and Capcom has now followed up with "Spec Ops DLC Missions 2-4" this week. The DLC adds ten new achievements worth a total of 250G. I'm afraid that not only are these episodes not free, but the achievements are yet to be added to

Those of you who unlock the achievements now will notice that they are not being added to your gamerscore or achievement total. I would advise holding off from playing the DLC until the achievements are added properly. Unfortunately, those of you who unlock the achievements beforehand will have to recover your gamertag and then earn the achievements again for them to be added to your gamerscore.

Anyway, here's the DLC brief:

3 tough new Spec Ops missions. Following intelligence from Jill Valentine, Echo Six elite squad continue the hunt for the crucial evidence that will prove Umbrella's guilt in the Raccoon City outbreak. The chaos that has overtaken the city means a brutal battle for survival. Every squad member must bring their specialist skills to the fight to ensure the mission succeeds. The missions take you across the city. First to City Hall and deadly USS sniper squads; then to Umbrella's secret underground facility and a brutal encounter with the Nemesis; finally through the city sewers and a desperate rescue mission and escape from G-Birkin.
The "Spec Ops DLC Missions 2-4" cost 800 MSP and can be downloaded from here.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.