According to some emails sent by Capcom, it seems that Resident Evil RE: Verse, the multiplayer sector of the eighth chapter, has been postponed to the summer
Another round another delay, just to continue the trend that wants this 2021 very reluctant to meet the deadlines taken previously. The protagonist in the negative, this time, could be Resident Evil RE:Verse, the multiplayer sector by now imminent eighth chapter of the Capcom franchise, which should have debuted together with the new episode coming out very soon. According to some emails sent by the Osaka house, in fact, it seems that thefree add-on (for Village buyers) PvP has been postponed to summer.
Resident Evil RE: Verse postponed to summer?
The news of thehypothetical postponement of Resident Evil RE: Verse was reported by some subscribers to the brand’s Ambassadors program, who highlighted how in the email sent to announce the Village demo, mention is made to thesummer as the debut of the PvP sector of production. It would be, if officially confirmed by Capcom, yet another postponement of this 2021, characterized by more or less large delays on the scheduled schedules of numerous games.
Resident Evil RE:Verse it should have been made available free of charge to all buyers of Village, coinciding with the debut of the eighth chapter of the franchise. The multiplayer sector in question will see a group of players collide with each other, each impersonating one of the iconic characters of the series, and each with particular abilities and powers. In the past few weeks the beta had been abruptly stopped due to matchmaking problems, with a new session launched a few days later.
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