The Release Date for ‘Resident Evil:Verse” is Set
Things have been quiet when it comes to Resident Evil Re:Verse . Officially announced January 20,21, Re:Verse was originally set to release in May 2021 alongside Resident Evil Villege, but it was delayed until July and then finally released in 2022 at an undisclosed time.
Resident Evil Village owner should still be able to receive a copy of the title, but there have been few updates. It was announced to celebrate Resident Evil’s 25th Anniversary. After the announcement, Re-Verse was launched in beta. Now it’s well over a year later and we have nothing.
It looks like Re:Verse is getting closer to being released, but this is only the first step. Gematsu has spotted that Re:Verse received its Stadia rating in Europe within the last few days, just one year after it received its PlayStation 3, Xbox and PC age ratings.
Although it isn’t much to go on, and we are quickly moving through the year with very few updates, it is the first sign that there has been of hope since the delay was announced. Stadia’s age rating shows that Re:Verse still exists and is likely to be receiving some updates.
Resident Evil:Verse, a multiplayer game, allows players to play as major characters in Capcom’s storied franchise, including Claire Redfield and Jill Valentine, Leon Scott Kennedy and Ada Wong.
We can assume that the game has been officially rated on all platforms. This means that it is nearly ready for release. We will be keeping our eyes on Re:Verse social media accounts.