Resident Evil Re:Verse, the multiplayer game announced as part of the Resident Evil Village package, will reportedly not be releasing with the new mainline Resident Evil game. The multiplayer project seems to have been delayed as per information on the game’s website and some emails that have been sent out to select Resident Evil fans.
Delays are not uncommon in this pandemic age. It’s now said to be releasing sometime during the summer.
Capcom hasn’t made much ado about the delay since there hasn’t been an official announcement noted anywhere on social media or otherwise to say that the game’s release date has been rescheduled.
People also got emails like the one above that said when the Resident Evil Re:Verse servers would be up and available for everyone to play. The email once more did not highlight it as a delay in so many words but instead just gave a timeframe.
Capcom’s recent Resident Evil projects have been on the multiplayer side and have gotten mixed reception upon release, and Resident Evil Re:Verse was already met with dull reactions from many after it was revealed.
Resident Evil Village is slated for release on 7 May while Resident Evil Re:Verse will be out sometime in the summer.