Resident Evil Re:Verse delayed, will miss May 7th release date
The Resident Evil Re:Verse multiplayer game will be delayed to Summer 2021. It will no longer release alongside Resident Evil: Village.
RESIDENT EVIL RE:VERSE RELEASE DATE: SUMMER 2021
— Auxance (@AuxanceGG) April 27, 2021
It appears that Capcom has silently pushed back the Re:Verse release date to Summer 2021, as can be seen on the game’s official website. Previously slated for a May 7, 2021 release date alongside Resident Evil Village, Re:Verse will come out later than expected. Capcom hasn’t given an official reason for the change yet, but the website’s release date description more than just confirms this.
Resident Evil Re:Verse is a 3v3 multiplayer shooter where two teams play as either the villains or as the monsters. Fans will get to play as their favorite heroes like Leon S. Kennedy, Claire Redfield, and Jill Valentine. The opposing team, on the other hand, gets to play as Jack Baker, Nemesis, Mr. X, and other insidious characters found all throughout the Resident Evil series.
Resident Evil Re:Verse originally would have released with the hotly-anticipated Resident Evil Village, the eighth game in the franchise. While the demo for the multiplayer companion game has come and gone, fans can still try out the main game. Originally scheduled for just one day, Capcom extended the Resident Evil Village cross-platform demo to a whole week. In case you haven’t been won over by the game’s marketing yet, that would be your chance to try out one of 2021’s most anticipated games. Resident Evil Village releases on May 7, 2021, for the PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.