Resident Evil Re:Verse was announced in January 2021 to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary. It was intended to be a free multiplayer experience for players who bought Resident Evil Village. Re:Verse had an open beta in April 2021 and was originally slated to release alongside Resident Evil Village on May 7, but then Re:Verse was delayed until July. It was delayed once again into an unspecified 2022 release window.
Resident Evil Re:Verse, Capcom’s multiplayer deathmatch game, might be releasing shortly. This past weekend, the game got graded for Google Stadia in Europe. Resident Evil Re:Verse was rated for PC, PS4, and Xbox One last year. This current rating is noteworthy considering the game was originally announced without Stadia as a platform. Backward compatibility will allow players to play the game on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
In GameSpot’s Resident Evil Village review, we said, “Resident Evil 7 was an excellent return to the horror underpinnings of the franchise, but cunningly altered with new ideas and a new perspective. Similarly, Village is an intelligent reintroduction of the best action elements of Resident Evil.”