Resident Evil Re: Verse has been postponed to 2022.

Resident Evil Re: Verse has been postponed to 2022.

To the shock and general astonishment of the Capcom team, Resident Evil Village is selling well even without the promised multiplayer component called Resident Evil Re: Verse. It was supposed to accompany the main campaign immediately after the launch of the game for sale, but then it was postponed until the seventh month.

Here we are already in the second half of the seventh month and now we find out that there will be nothing from Re: Verse, at least this year. That PvP component has now been moved to 2022 with the explanation that the Capcom team can dedicate itself to some other things. More precisely, they gave priority to the single-player expansion they opted for after Village very well received.

We wouldn't be surprised if Re: Verse mode doesn't come to life at all in the end. Hardly anyone is expecting it at all at this point considering that the reaction of the fans to the first presentation of this multiplayer mode was quite negative. Mod was in testing for only a few hours before Capcom withdrew it - and never returned it.

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