Capcom has postponed Resident Evil’s multiplayer spin-off Re:Verse for a year to deliver a smooth gaming experience. The title is now expected in 2022, but more details will be provided at a later date. Those who have purchased Resident Evil Village will access Re:Verse for free; Capcom already recommends redeeming the download code to be ready to play what will be published next year.
Resident Evil’s multiplayer spin-off Re:Verse has been postponed to 2022. In a recent statement, Capcom said the game had been postponed for more than six months from the previously announced release date “so that the team can continue. to work to deliver a smooth gaming experience. ”
“We will share updated launch details at a later date. Thank you for your patience and understanding,” said the Japanese company.
“For players who have purchased a physical version of Resident Evil Village, we recommend that you keep track of the included Resident Evil Re:Verse download code or add it to your account right away so that you are ready to play when the game launches. next year.”
Developed by Capcom in collaboration with RE Resistance NeoBards studio, Re:Verse sees players control Resident Evil characters, each with unique weapons and abilities, in 5-minute 4-6 player deathmatches. Players must collect virus samples scattered across the map that increase damage and accuracy.
Once killed, players turn into monsters and can continue attacking other players. The type of monster players transform into is determined by how many virus samples they collect before they are defeated.
Capcom held three beta tests of Re: Verse in April, although the first one suffered from technical problems. Re:Verse will be available for free to Resident Evil Village owners.