Capcom announced last summer that the multiplayer shooter Resident Evil Re:Verse would be delayed until 2022, following a highly criticized beta. There has been no news about the game since then, except recently.
The project has received an “M” rating from the ESRB. Despite the fact that almost a year has passed, the release appears to be on the horizon. By the way, in-game purchases are included in the ranking.
Resident Evil Re:Verse is a third-person multiplayer shooter with a deathmatch mode in which you can play as well-known characters from the Resident Evil franchise and transform into monsters. The game was supposed to come out in May 2022, around the same time as Resident Evil Village.