Resident Evil Re: Verse’s release date hopes were ignited by PEGI ratings for the multiplayer version of Stadia.
A new PEGI rating for Resident Evil Re: Verse on Google Stadia has raised hopes that Capcom may soon start sharing more details about its release. Capcom announced Re: Verse as a multiplayer component for Resident Evil Village a few months before the main installment launches in May 2021. While the publisher held multiple beta stages, the PvP mode was postponed beyond that. release time of RE Village. Few details about the online gaming section have surfaced in the 12 months since it was indefinitely postponed.
Resident Evil Re: Verse boasts an interesting enough content. Given that it was originally intended to arrive during the 25th anniversary of the franchise, Re: Verse forms a deathmatch mode featuring a number of iconic heroes and villains, including the likes of Leon Kennedy , Jill Valentine, Nemesis and Albert Wesker. PvP mode tasks players with scanning the environment for virus pellets to unlock special rewards. When the user succumbs to their wound and dies, the player’s character will respawn as a bioweapon whose identity depends on the number of samples collected during the match. Engaging gameplay loops aside, the experience suffers from more than a few hiccups that the Resident Evil Re: Verse’s postponement to 2022 has hopefully resolved.
As spotted by Gematsu, the European rating board PEGI recently updated its Resident Evil Re: Verse page with a new listing for Google Stadia. The listings for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game were added in May 2021. It’s no surprise that the latest update has many wondering if Re: Verse will be available soon after a while. long period of absence from the limelight or not. However, Capcom itself has yet to hint at the return of the multiplayer game. See screenshots of all the PEGI ratings for Resident Evil Re: Verse in Gematsu’s post below:
While Resident Evil Re: Verse’s updated PEGI ratings show that Capcom still has plans for a multiplayer experience, fans may want to check their expectations in the meantime. At least, however, the publisher has previously reassured Resident Evil Village owners that Re: Verse will launch as a giveaway after its final release in 2022.
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