Umbrella Corps is a 2016 third-person multiplayer tactical shooter for PC and PS4 systems. This game is a spinoff of the Resident Evil video game series and is set after the events of Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil: Revelations 2, but shortly before Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
The following weapons appear in the video game Umbrella Corps:
The Beretta 92FS is called the "Samurai Edge SP" in-game. Described as the Samurais Edge's base model. The gun is unlocked at level 12.
Beretta 92FS "Samurai Edge"
Known as the "Samurai Edge SP" in-game. The classic S.T.A.R.S. custom Beretta 92FS from Resident Evil 0, 1, and 3. The gun is unlocked at level 39.
The Beretta 93R is called the "TN-12AX Falco" for the normal version and "TN-12 AX Falco SP" for the cross version in-game. A fictional 5-burst version is listed as "TN-12 R.P.D. SP". The normal version is unlocked at level 23, the cross version is unlocked at level 35 and the 5-burst version is made available for free with the 07/15/16 update. All versions are fitted with incorrect 21 and 25-round magazines. While for the "TN-12 AX Falco" and "TN-12 AX Falco SP", the 21-round magazine can be explained that the gun is equipped with a regular 20-round magazine with a round already chambered, the "TN-12 R.P.D. SP" is equipped with a unrealistic 25-round magazine or a downloaded 30-round magazine.
The Colt Python is called the "MAG-REV" in-game. A second more powerful and accurate version is called the "MAG-REV Umbrella". The first version is unlocked at level 31 and the second version is made available for free with the 08/09/16 update.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mk.XIX (lack of ridges on the top of the barrel) is called the "Lightning Hawk" in-game. The gun is unlocked at level 17. It's 7-round magazine capacity suggest that it's chambered with .50AE.
The Glock 19, equipped with a 17-round magazine (presumably from a Glock 17), is called the "Blackjack" in-game. One of the three base weapons.
Heckler & Koch P8
The Heckler & Koch P8 is called the "Grey Fox" in-game. This is the Bundeswehr-issue variant used by all B.S.A.A. members in Resident Evil 5. The gun is unlock at level 8.
Heckler & Koch VP70M
The VP70M is called the "418 Matilda SP" in-game for the cross and crossless models. These guns are unlocked with the Upgrade Pack DLC.
The Luger P08 is called the "Wolfsbane" in-game. The gun is unlocked at level 49.
The Walther P99AS is called the "R39 Swamp Rat AZ" in-game. The gun is unlocked at level 2. It's 12-round magazine capacity suggest that it's chambered with .40 S&W.
Heckler & Koch MP7A2
The Heckler & Koch MP7A2, equipped with a 40-round magazine, is called "JP Granate AZ" in-game. The gun is unlocked at level 3.
The Magpul FMG-9, equipped with a 33-round magazine, is called the "Blackjack Custom" in-game. The gun is unlock at level 25.
The TDI Vector, equipped with a 30-round "MagEx2" extension, is called the "K-12 AX" in-game. One of the three base weapons. It's 30-round magazine capacity suggest that it's chambered with .45 ACP.
The Magpul PDR-C is called the "Warthog" in-game. The gun unlocks at level 9. Equipped with an incorrect 28-round magazine, it could be explained that the gun is equipped with a STANAG 30-round magazine downloaded to 28 rounds.
The Remington R4-C is called the "Lancer CQBZ Ver." in-game. The gun is unlocked at level 55.
The AA-12 is called the "Waltham" in-game. A second version with an increased fire-rate is called the "Waltham BSAA". The first version is unlocked at level 14 and the second version is made available for free with the 08/09/16 update. Both models are equipped with incorrect or greatly downloaded 10 and 15-round drum magazines.
Kel-Tec KSG Tactical
The Kel-Tec KSG Tactical is called the "Doberman Pincer" in-game. A second version with a reduced spread-rate is called the "D. Pincer U.S.S.". The first version is one of the three base weapons and the second version unlocks at level 44.