When Resident Evil Village was released, Capcom announced that Resident Evil Re: Verse would not be accompanying it at launch, but that it would not take too long. Initially scheduled for July 2021, the Japanese company announced that same month that the multiplayer video game would be delayed until the following year. Since then he has been almost dead, although everything seems to indicate that he is already beginning to move again, we do not know if as a zombie or as alive. The game has just been registered by the ESRBthe agency that rates games by age in the United States.
Its reappearance at the ESRB may be an indication that the title is close to reaching the market, although Capcom has not yet revealed the specific release date. Resident Evil Re:Verse was initially confirmed for PS4, Xbox One and PC, although according to the registry it will also have a version for Google Stadia and for the new generation. This is not surprising at this point, considering that Resident Evil Village is also available for these systems.
Resident Evil Re:Verse, gratis con Resident Evil: Village
As happened with Resident Evil: Resistance, the asymmetric multiplayer game that was included with the remake of the third installment, Capcom has chosen to offer this game for free to anyone who has a physical or digital copy of Resident Evil Village, the most recent title in the saga. In this way, those who have purchased a physical unit must redeem the code included in the box, while those who have the digital version will not have to worry.
In 2022, Capcom plans to release the next-generation versions of Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2, and Resident Evil 3, to be distributed as free update for PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. At least for now, the Japanese do not plan to market physical editions. On the other hand, they are also immersed in the development of an expansion.
Resident Evil Village está disponible en PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC y Google Stadia.
Fuente | Gaming Bolt