Capcom’s standalone multiplayer offering is included free with the purchase of Resident Evil 8.
Resident Evil RE: Verse has not had an easy development, and it seems that Capcom’s game is growing dead. For those who do not remember, RE: Seeing is the standalone multiplayer game with which the Japanese company was going to accompany the launch of Resident Evil 8: Village, included free with the purchase of the game. After placing its premiere beyond the debut of the last main installment, and without much news about it, Capcom now confirms what many suspected: Resident Evil RE: Verse delayed to 2022.
“The previously announced July 2021 release date for Resident Evil Re: Verse postponed to 2022 so that the team can continue working on offering a smooth gaming experience“the company explains on its social media.” We will share updated details on the launch at a later date. Thanks for your patience and understanding”.
Since Resident Evil RE: Verse is a product included free with RE8 Village, and that now it will be more than half a year from the launch of the game to multiplayer, Capcom adds the following: “For players who purchased a physical copy of Village, we recommend that you do not lose the code download including RE: Verse, or that you add it now to your accounts so you have it ready to play when it is released next year. “
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