Game news Resident Evil Re: Verse: Multiplayer Game Finally Postponed To 2022, Capcomcom explains
In any case, Resident Evil and competitive multiplayer don’t go together. While it was expected for this month, Resident Evil Re: Vers will finally keep fans of the saga waiting and won’t land until next year, in 2022.
Resident Evil Re: Verse was originally due to appear this summer
This online multiplayer game, in which six players compete against each other in ultra-dynamic matches, had as an interest in bringing together all of the key characters in the Resident Evil saga
The offer is interesting on paper, but obviously requires some time to fine-tune: on Twitter, the Osaka company claims to need additional time: “Resident Evil Re: Verse is being postponed until 2022 so the team can keep working and provide a comfortable gaming experience.”
Keep in mind that this third-person shooter should also be offered to Resident Evil Village buyers. Capcom allows anyone who has purchased a physical version of survival horror to show off, “Keep Track of Resident Evil Re: Verse Download Code Included”, or add it directly to your account for next year’s release.
While you wait for more news, we encourage you to cut yourself short on the gameplay video below which certainly sets the tone.
By Max_Cagnard, Journalist igamesnews.com