The Loading screens in Resident Evil: Revelations 2 always feature one tip based on the current game mode being played, the background is completely black and depending on the platform being played, certain areas will not feature loading screens. Additionally, every time a main episode is started, a pre-determined Franz Kafka quote is displayed as a loading screen.
In the Nintendo Switch version, the loading screens shown during Raid Mode that are related to skills will display the icon of the mentioned skill next to the text, this is something not present in any other version.
All screenshots and descriptions are based on the PS4 version of the game.
First build up
Each episode displays a pre-determined Franz Kafka quote.
"Episode One Penal Colony"
"Fear of night. fear of not-night. Franz Kafka"
"Just a word. just a "please," just a stir in the air. Just a sign you are still alive and waiting. Franz Kafka"
"Episode Two Contemplation"
"The onlooker is, in a sense, a sharer in life [who] hangs on to the living... Franz Kafka"
"The diabolical sometimes adopts the appearance of good. or even embodies itself completely therein. Franz Kafka"
"Episode Three Judgment"
"Confessions and lies are the same. To confess, one must tell lies. Franz Kafka"
"With the strongest of lights, one is able to dispel the world. Franz Kafka"
"Episode Four Metamorphosis"
"Our deliverance is death, but not this one. Franz Kafka"
"Not everyone can see the truth, but anyone can be the truth. Franz Kafka"
Note: Some of the screens in this category can appear in the other games modes.
"The way you defeat enemies with red pus lumps on their heads in Claire's campaign will affect Barry's campaign."
"When in the danger state, the player is particularly susceptible to finishing attacks from the enemy."
"Red pus lumps on the ground can be destroyed using Moira's flashlight."
"Perform a quick turn with L + X."
"Your partner will automatically heal you if they have a recovery item, depending on the situation."
"Moira can use her crowbar to deliver a follow-up attack to a downed enemy."