Resident Evil: Re: Verse multiplayer release has been postponed

Capcom has announced that the release of the multiplayer title Re: Verse has been postponed to next year

Capcom announced that the release of Resident Evil Re:Verse has been postponed again. The title was originally expected with the arrival of Resident Evil Village, the eighth chapter of the saga. Just before Village arrives, Capcom had announced the postponement to this July, but today the multiplayer title has been postponed again, this time at 2022. Re: Verse will be free for anyone who has purchased Resident Evil Village.

Re: Verse, Resident Evil multiplayer release has been postponed again

To confirm the postponed exit of Re:Verse next year it was a tweet from Capcom itself, which reported that the title still needs time to get ready. The Japanese software house then said that the extra time will serve to improve the overall experience of this multiplayer mode only. Further details will be made known in the future.

Resident Evil Re: Verse will be an exclusive multiplayer mode in which two teams of 4-6 characters compete in a deathmatch where players will be able to use historical characters from the saga, such as Leon S. Kennedy, Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield, Jill Valentine and many more. The peculiarity is that at death the characters will be able to transform into biological weapons most famous of the series, such as Mr. X or the Nemesis. The title is planned for PS4, Xbox One, PC and also on PS5 and Xbox Series S / X in backward compatibility.

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