Originally released this month, Resident Evil Re: Verse's multiplayer spin-off has been delayed to a very inaccurate "2022". Capcom announced the news on Twitter, saying he wants to "offer a smooth gaming experience."
Re: Verse is a third-person online shooter for 4-6 players, which includes several characters from the Resident Evil series, as well as the ability to transform into a biological weapon, including Jack Baker of Nemesis and RE7.
The release of Resident Evil Re: Verse, previously announced in July 2021, will be moved to 2022 so the team can continue working to deliver a smooth gaming experience. We will share the updated release details later. Thank you for your patience and understanding. pic.twitter.com/o8hP363fjRJuly 15, 2021
Re: Verse is being developed by Capcom and NeoBards, the studio behind RE3's multiplayer mode, Resistance. Three beta tests of Re: Verse were held in April, but one of them was affected by pairing problems and closed soon. It's not the first delay either: the game was originally scheduled for release in May this year. So it is clear that developers have some problems.
I'm a fan of Resident Evil, presumably the target audience for Re: Verse, and I honestly can't say I'm so excited about it. I’m willing to prove myself wrong, but Resi will always be a series for me for a single player, maybe cooperative in a certain stretch: wrapping his heroes in a competitive slaughterhouse doesn’t make much sense. As for exactly when the game will finally be available in 2022, Capcom has said nothing more specific: "We'll share the updated details of the release later."
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