Umbrella Corps adds ‘Raccoon City’ and ‘Police Station’ maps

Pre-orders now available, Upgrade Pack included.

Umbrella Corps

Capcom announced two additional maps from familiar locations in the Resident Evil games featured in Umbrella Corps.

The new maps are as follows:

Raccoon City

The Raccoon City map features wide open city streets contrasted against a claustrophobic maze-like sewer system underneath. Players can take cover behind vehicles above ground, while cutting a path through the underground could prove to be advantageous.

The Police Station

The Police Station map is scattered with makeshift barricades throughout the halls but the overall lack of hiding places will maximize the frequent close quarter encounters. Using available cover effectively and utilizing the Tactical Shield for added protection will be the key to survival here.

The company also announced that Umbrella Corps can be pre-ordered via the PlayStation Store and Steam starting today. Pre-orders include the “Fashion Victim Pack,” which adds flashy color options for armor and gear. On PlayStation 4, pre-orders for both the standard or Deluxe Edition will also include an Umbrella Corps dynamic custom theme.

The newly announced “Upgrade Pack” features a collection of iconic Resident Evil character skins, weapons, patches, custom colors, and emotes. This includes masks for Chris Redfield, Albert Wesker, Leon S. Kennedy, Barry Burton, and Jake Muller as well as a HUNK set with a helmet, mask. and outfit. The Upgrade Pack is available as an add-on for an MSRP of USD $14.99 / EUR 14.99 / GBP 11.99. The Deluxe Edition includes both the game and the Upgrade Pack contents together at a discounted cost of USD $39.99 / EUR 39.99 / GBP 32.99.

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