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Resident Evil Revelations Super Rare Legendary Weapons Guide
The Legendary Weapons found in Resident Evil: Revelations can only be obtained in the game’s raid mode. These guns are not only incredibly powerful, but they look badass as well. There are a total of four legendary weapons to be found, one Machine Gun, one Shotgun, one Rifle and one Magnum.
Keep in mind that they are not available in the campaign mode of the game, so don’t waste time searching for them. There are other weapons in the campaign that are almost as good and you can find them using our weapons and upgrades locations guide.
The High Roller is the most damaging machine gun found in Raid mode. Its weaknesses however, mean that it is almost not worth the effort unless you have upgrades.
Its rate of fire is even lower than the G36 and can only hold around the same amount of ammo as the AUG. If you can upgrade the capacity and fire rate it can actually be a really devastating weapon in your arsenal.
Similar to the Hydra, the Drake’s defining feature is that it is a double barrel shotgun. The legendary weapon further has a better rate of fire than the Hydra and shoots bullets in a tighter cone, meaning more accurate shots at mid-range.
Its weakness is that it has the lowest capacity of all the shotguns but this is easily remedied with upgrades.
The fire rate of the Muramasa suffers a bit as it is a bolt action rifle, meaning each bullet shell needs to be ejected before the weapon can fire again. However, the sheer amount of damage that the rifle can put out at incredible ranges makes that an easy tradeoff.
It is basically a long distance magnum. The Muramasa has the lowest capacity out of all rifles but that is easily fixed with upgrades.
This is the type of gun that sits in your inventory for ages before seeing use every once in a blue moon. The kind of weapon saved for end game bosses and the like.
The Pale Rider offers the most intense damage out of any magnum, but it has a very slow rate of fire and a long reload time. It also has the smallest starting capacity out of the magnums. However, none of this matters because you usually only need one bullet with this thing to get the job done.