Resident Evil Re:Verse Has Been Delayed Until Summer 2021

Resident Evil Re:Verse Delayed

Capcom has silently delayed the launch of Resident Evil Re:Verse until Summer 2021 and the multiplayer aspect will not release alongside Resident Evil Village. Capcom did not officially announce this news however it was spotted on the official Re:Verse website that the game now has an updated release window and Capcom has silently delayed it without any official announcements.

Fans will be however glad to know that despite the delay, Re:Verse will still release for free for everyone who owns Resident Evil Village. Resident Evil Village is still on track and will release next month on May 7, 2021. However, Re:Verse will not be a part of this launch anymore and players will have to wait sometime before jumping into the multiplayer aspect of the title. It sort of makes sense because more than 90% of the players will first experience the single-player story of the game before moving on to multiplayer.

The additional time can give Capcom some time to fine-tune it even more so that it is in its best shape and form when it launches later in summer 2021. A confirmed release date is not known at this point however we can expect at least a month’s delay in its release. Capcom has already held two open betas for Re:Verse with the first one ending in shambles because of matchmaking issues. The second one was pretty smooth however players do not seem to be too excited for it still.

If you do not know what Re:Verse is, it is an online PvP multiplayer game set in the universe of Resident Evil. It features characters from all the Resident Evil titles including Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine. Once players are killed, they take the form of various villains from the franchise including Albert Wesker and Jack Barker, and can try their best to stop the players from winning the game.

Capcom recently held a Resident Evil showcase that shared new details about the title. Two of the PlayStation exclusive demo weekends have already passed as well with the full demo coming in next week for all players, across all platforms. You can check out our dedicated post for all the details.

What do you think about Resident Evil Re:Verse getting delayed? Are you looking forward to playing it? Let us know in the comments section below.

You May Also Like

About the Author: Umair Khalid

Founder of GamesHedge, Umair enjoys a wide variety of video games ranging from RPGs to racing games. Currently busy with The Crew Motorfest and Way of the Hunter.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *