Months have passed since we last heard Resident Evil Re: Verse, raising questions about whether there is still a multiplayer game, but we finally got the news. Just before the first anniversary of Resident Evil Village Re: Verse received another PEGI rating, this time for Google Stadia, indicating that we can see the game sooner rather than later.
The sound of silence
Resident Evil Re: Verse was to be launched together with Resident Evil Village in May 2021. Shortly before the release of the last Re: Verse was postponed until the summer of 2021. Last July, it was postponed to an indefinite date in 2022. Technically, the game is still on its way to that release date, but ten months of silence after the last delay is not encouraging, especially after the open beta led to a lot of reviews and a lot of criticism from players. At least the new Resident Evil Re: Verse rating for Google Stadia has been noticed Hematsusuggests that the game in some form is still alive.
Not surprisingly, the game received a PEGI score of 18 for graphic violence. Re: Verse offers multiplayer deadly fights for four to six players that take place in different locations throughout the franchise. Players take on the role of one of the various characters, with Chris Redfield, Leon Kennedy and Jill Valentine confirmed that they are. After death, the player turns into a powerful biological weapon to take revenge on anyone who crosses their path. Some believe a new discovery, and perhaps even a release date, will be announced during the Summer Game Fest in June. Perhaps even along with the equally elusive DLC Resident Evil Village.