Resident Evil Re:Verse Launching This Summer
An email to Resident Evil ambassadors says that the multiplayer component of Resident Evil Village will launch in summer 2021.
Resident Evil Re:Verse, the multiplayer component of the upcoming Resident Evil Village, is coming later this year. An email to "Resident Evil ambassadors" says that the service will begin this summer, rather than alongside Village on May 7. The email did not give more specific timing.
Re:Vese is a competitive multiplayer shooter, where players control a set of heroes or villains and battle it out. Downed enemies can become bioweapons to attach to other players. Capcom has been regularly hosting beta tests for the mode.
Meanwhile, Resident Evil Village has gotten its own set of demos, albeit with some odd time restrictions. Possibly in response to controversy over the strict demo timing, Capcom opted to extend its final demo by a full week. Some people are already playing the full game, however, as it appears to have leaked in the wild in some territories.
Check out our Resident Evil Village preorder guide for more details.
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