What you need to know
- Resident Evil Re:Verse is a six-player multiplayer title originally planned to launch alongside Resident Evil Village.
- After being delayed to the summer, Resident Evil Re:Verse has been delayed to 2022.
- Players with codes for the game will still be able to access it with no issue.
While Resident Evil Village took the series' classic single-player horror to a Gothic European setting, it was meant to be accompanied with a multiplayer title called Resident Evil Re:Verse. After an initial delay to sometime in the summer, fans will be waiting even longer to dive in on this player-vs-player experience, as Capcom announced on Thursday that Resident Evil Re:Verse is delayed to 2022.
Capcom recommends that players go ahead and redeem their codes for Resident Evil Re:Verse to ensure they will have access at the planned launch next year. Resident Evil Re:Verse is a six-player deathmatch spin on the series, with players facing off as iconic characters like Leon Kennedy and Jill Valentine.
Resident Evil Village has sold over 4.5 million copies so far, with its critical and commercial success seeing the announcement of upcoming DLC being developed, though there aren't any details for what the DLC will entail so far. Whatever it is, it's likely to help cement the game's place as one of the best horror games available
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