Resident Evil Re:Verse Delayed Even Further, Releasing 2022

Resident Evil Re:Verse Beta

Though the game was originally meant to release with Resident Evil Village, the multiplayer spin-off Resident Evil Re:Verse has been faced with yet another last-minute delay. Announced on social media, release for the title was officially delayed into 2022, citing the need for Capcom to “continue working to deliver a smooth gameplay experience.” Thanking fans for their “patience and understanding,” further launch details were promised to be revealed at “a later time.”

Resident Evil Re:Verse is no stranger to protracted releases these days, having already suffered a setback as recently as late April. Capcom’s decision took effect following a run of pre-release betas that proved to be less than consistent experiences, with the team giving little reasoning for the delay at the time. Following the announcement of this latest, substantial delay, the promise of a ‘smooth experience’ suggests the game is still in need of tweaks these several months later.

Announced back in January, Resident Evil Re:Verse was formally unveiled as the official multiplayer component for Resident Evil Village, boasting 4 to 6-player deathmatch-style modes across various locales of the series. While an initial delay pushed the title past its intended launch with RE8, fans were later assured it would resurface in July of this year. However, the game now appears destined for 2022 instead. As this news amounts to (at least) several more months of waiting, Capcom has urged physical disc owners of Village to redeem Re:Verse download codes ahead of time to assure the game is “ready to play” upon release.

What do you think? Are you bummed that Resident Evil Re:Verse is delayed once again, or are you taking this opportunity to move onto the future of the RE series? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more multiplayer headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:

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