Resident Evil Village Multiplayer, Re:Verse, Will Release Next Month

The delayed multiplayer game included with Resident Evil Village will release next month, Capcom announced at E3 2021.

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Capcom announced that Resident Evil Re:Verse, the competitive multiplayer title, will launch next month. The multiplayer-only title was included with Resident Evil Village but was delayed. Capcom did not give a specific date during the presentation. Separate Resident Evil Village DLC is also coming.

RE: Verse is a competitive third-person shooter, where players can control their favorite heroes and bioweapons from throughout Resident Evil's history. The game has had a number of beta periods prior to release. It features characters like Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Jack Baker, and many more. It follows the asymmetric multiplayer game Resident Evil Resistance, which came with Resident Evil 3 last year.

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It was recently announced that Resident Evil Village had sold 4 million copies, each one including a copy of RE: Verse. This is the second Resident Evil game in a row to include an entirely separate multiplayer game based on the IP. Resident Evil Remake 3 included Resident Evil Resistance, an asymmetrical multiplayer mode where four survivors faced off against one mastermind.

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