Resident Evil Re:Verse has been delayed at the last moment. The game was originally set for release in May 2021 which was further delayed to July 2021. According to the recent updates, Resident Evil Re:Verse will not be released in 2021 at all. The official website of Resident Evil will now be released in 2022!
Resident Evil Re:Verse Official Teaser
About Resident Evil Re:Verse
The Resident Evil franchise is no stranger to any of us. The recent release of Resident Evil: Village (unofficially Resident Evil 8) on May 7th 2021 included Resident Evil Re:Verse as a part of the bundle. The game series is known as Biohazard in Japan. Developed by Capcom, Resident Evil is a survival-horror game franchise.
Re:Verse is a multi-player spin-off of the main Resident Evil: Village game and is created as a third-person shooter with 4-6 players. Players can choose their characters and play short deathmatches. The co-op addition to the Resident Evil franchise seems like an uncanny addition but fans had been willing to test it out. The list of playable characters for the game included humans as well as bioweapons!
The complete list of playable characters for Re:Verse are-
- Chris Redfield
- Jill Valentine
- Ada Wong
- Claire Redfield
- Leon Scott Kennedy
- Hunter Gamma
- Fat Molded
- Tyrant T-103 (Super Tyrant)
- Nemesis-T Type
- Jack Baker
The delay of Re:Verse comes in as a disappointment after Capcom took to Twitter to announce the news of this delay. The anticipated release is now somewhere in 2022. There are no clear details available yet. Capcom had revealed that beta tests had been conducted in April but issues had been found nonetheless.
They have assured us that they want a smooth gameplay experience for the players and will be delaying the game to some point in 2022. Well, now it’s for players to decide – a late-game or a game with issues.
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