Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PC) achievements
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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PC)

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There are a maximum of 50 Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PC) achievements worth 2,235 (1,000)

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Supreme Survivors in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PC)

Supreme Survivors52 (20)

In Survivors mode, have all 4 players on your team Survive the game.

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Achievement Guide for Supreme Survivors

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TVthePunisher
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TVthePunisher
Achievement won on 22 Jan 13
TA Score for this game: 2,235
Posted on 22 January 13 at 20:29, Edited on 22 January 13 at 20:34
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For anyone who has played the Xbox 360 version, it's a pretty simple set up. However, there's some slight differences and I think they're worth noting first.

1.) There's no Party System in GFWL and unless you own a PC mic that is actually recognized by this game, you won't be able to speak to everyone else. Do take note of this in going into a session as communicating can be a real pain and unless you're using an outside chat program, then sending messages of Xbox.com may be your only choice.

2.) When I did this, we had trouble connecting more than 6 people in a game...some weird instances where the game would be stuck on "Waiting for Teammates"...not to mention you can only have a maximum of 4 players in your squad at one time. So for additional players, you need to invite them either while searching for a game or at the character select screen.

3.) For some reason, depending on your computer likely, if you remain on the "dash" or "home" for too long it can disconnect you from the rest of the group. If your dash lags severely avoid opening it to check messages and if you do need to check messages, either have the game "downsized" to a window so you can check via xbox.com or have a separate computer system (like a laptop) nearby to check/type messages.

4.) Finally, try your best to stay active. For some reason not moving could force the game to boot you for inactivity, at least this was the case for Public matches so the same may apply in Private (I did not test this when I worked on the achievement).

Now, with that out of the way, here is how you boost this:

Setting Up Game:

- Pull together a group of at least FIVE PLAYERS, no less...but it can be more (results may vary on whether or not the game will run smoothly 6+ gamers...).
- 4 players need to be on one team, it HAS to be 4 players...it can't be a 3 v 2 thing or any variant where there's less than 4. The achievement is picky and wants EVERYONE from the same team on that chopper to fill it up completely.
- Once you have 5 players, one player (the host if this is a session) invites others into his squad. Adding them as friends speeds up this process as you won't have to open the dash/home in order to send individual invites to their gamercard.
--When you have 4 players total in your squad, begin searching. Everyone needs to "select team" (if using a xbox controller, hit RB) and be on the SAME team. Once all 4 of you are on the same team, you can invite the remaining players to the other team.

The Game Itself:

If everything's correct, you should have 4 v 1-3 (4 if you can manage) and the team with 4 will go first. Basically all you need to do is die as little as possible (as each death will add additional time to your respawn) and wait around for the chopper. At about 3 minutes left on the clock, it should either land or say "ETA thirty seconds" in the top left. When it lands, EVERYONE on the 4man team head to the chopper (make sure you're on the side with the open door) and hold A (xbox 360 controller) or whatever key it tells you to enter. NOBODY FROM THE OPPOSING TEAM GO NEAR THE CHOPPER, if just one of you boards the chopper it will screw up the achievement.

Note: There may be an issue with one or more players getting on the chopper, as this happened on not just the PC but Xbox 360 version as well. The option will either not appear on screen for you or holding the button does nothing. Just keep killing zombies/hunters (hopefully there are none) until you finally see the option...killing doesn't matter, it's just to keep yourself alive so you can actually board it.

You have roughly 2 and a half minutes to board the chopper after it lands, don't waste any time as one of you may have issues actually boarding the thing and they'll need the extra time to get on.

The achievement pops as the helicopter flies off just before the "results" screen. After the results screen ends, any remaining players in the session who still need the achievement need to get on a Team of 4. If you have 4 players, this means the last person just needs to replace one of the former team members. If you have 2 or 3, one or two team members from the previous run needs to join THEIR team so that it can be 4. Basically, it shouldn't take more than 2 games to do this...so absolutely make sure everyone from the second team is in a 4 man squad prior to the game starting (you have 60 seconds to arrange this).

Extra Notes:

To have an idea of WHERE the chopper will land, look for 4 red flares on any map to give you an idea of the LZ (landing zone). When the "ETA thirty seconds" message shows up, you should start hearing the helicopter blades and can spot it floating above where it intends to land.

As far as maps go, any works...we had no issue with Hunters on "Code Blue" and it's the smallest of the maps. If you all want to stay alive easily there's a nearby rooftop you can reach by going into a building and climbing the stairs. It's by a tailor if I remember correctly...in Mission 3 of the campaign, it's right next to the alleyway that leads you further into the game (where you would end up facing a lot of spec ops) before reaching the Grave Yard.

I hope this information helped, the problem isn't so much the achievement but finding people to boost it. Not a lot of folks own this game so this leaves limited opportunity. If you have a second computer that's strong enough you CAN run two copies of the game or more even...but in my experience my alternate account actually kept lagging out so use at your own risk.
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