Resident Evil Re: Verse delayed into 2022

Resident Evil Re: Verse was delayed until 2022

Resident Evil Re: Verse experienced another delay and this time was postponed until 2022.

According to Capcom, this is the reason Resident Evil Re: Verse delay is for the team to be able to “continue working to ensure a smooth gaming experience”.

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Updated launch details will be shared later.

For players who have purchased a physical version of Resident Evil Village, Capcom recommends that you keep track of the Re: Verse download code and add it to your account now so that you are ready to play the next time you start the game.

If you don’t know this game, six players will take part in deathmatches, which will allow them to mutate into various Resident Evil monsters to win. You play for or against many heroes, villains and monsters in the series. In the game are Claire Redfield, Leon, Ada, Jill, Hunk and Chris.

You can play in four to six matches, and when your character is eliminated, his body turns into a powerful biological weapon that can be used against other players. You can also pick up more capsules of viruses and turn them into even more powerful biological weapons.

In June, a free multiplayer July edition was provided with each copy of Resident Evil Village, which was a delay in itself, as it was originally scheduled to be released with Resident Evil Village in May.

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