Resident Evil Re:Verse Is Apparently Alive And Might Be Coming To Stadia
Release dates for PS4, PC, and Xbox are still set to 2021, but...
Resident Evil Re:Verse was supposed to be an online multiplayer PvP shooter released in mid-2021 but went dark after bumbling delays moved the game into 2022. However, thanks to Gematsu, we recently learned that it seems to be alive and kicking, with its Stadia version set for a July 5, 2022 release date.
That's not all, though. The strangest thing about the news is its recent rating from the European rating board PEGI. The fact that there's been a rating yet no announcement from Capcom about a release window is a bit unusual. It's safe to speculate there's an error with the game on the European PEGI site since it's just a year bump from the initially promised release in 2021. But with an official rating on it, that could only have been possible if there was a near-completed game to review, which means it might actually be on the horizon.
Stadia version of Resident Evil Re:Verse was just rated in Europe: https://t.co/81wlUU8Gj0
The PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions were rated a year ago today.
It lives...? pic.twitter.com/c3toZ0aFep
— Gematsu (@gematsu) May 7, 2022
Something to keep in mind: the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions were rated a year ago on May 7, sharing a release date with Resident Evil: Village, which Re:Verse would become a multiplayer mode to that game. There are so many coincidences surrounding Re:Verse here and fans should take the news with a grain of salt. Although, keep an eye out for the project because Capcom did technically mention that 2022 would see more Re:Verse news.
Are you interested in what Re:Verse might accomplish for the RE franchise? Let's talk about it in the comments!
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