Resident Evil Re:Verse Has a New Release Date

Resident Evil Re:Verse, the multiplayer game originally set to launch alongside Resident Evil Village, has a new release date of October 28, 2022.

Re:Verse’s latest release date was revealed at the Capcom Showcase and it will launch on the same day as the Winters’ Expansion arrives for Resident Evil Village.

For those unfamiliar, the DLC will add the long-awaited story expansion ‘Shadows of Rose,’ Lady Dimitrescu and other playable characters to the Mercenaries mode, and a third-person mode to Village’s campaign.

This multiplayer experience had multiple delays “so that the team can continue working to deliver a smooth gameplay experience,” and hopefully it can finally deliver its promise later this year.

As for what that promise is? A six-player PvP deathmatch game where players become different characters from across the Resident Evil series.

Re:Verse had an open beta test back in April 2021, but it was cut short due to matchmaking troubles.

Alongside Re:Verse’s release date and the DLC for Resident Evil Village, the Capcom Showcase also included a new look at Resident Evil 4 Remake, new details on Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, and a new look at the co-op dinosaur murder action game Exoprimal.

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