CAPCOM announced Resident Evil Re:Verse last year with a concept that takes the series in a new direction. Players are very excited about this multiplayer game which focuses on the first 25 years of the franchise. However, the game has suffered a lot of delays in its short history. Initially, Resident Evil Re:Verse was going to release in July of last year but subsequent holdups made that difficult. Most probably, the game is coming out this year on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, alongside PC. However, there might be a new addition to this platform list for the multiplayer game.
Resident Evil Re:Verse is launching on Google Stadia, according to a new rating from the European video game content rating system, PEGI. The rating has added Google Stadia to the list of platforms that the game will release on. This pretty much confirms that the game is coming out on Google Stadia as well. CAPCOM hasn’t given us any information about Resident Evil Re:Verse’s release on the platform. However, we will probably hear about it officially in the upcoming days or weeks.
As expected, the rating board gave an 18+ rating to the game. Violence from guns, rocket launchers and bloodshed are some of the main reasons for this rating. So, the game will only be available to the mature demographic. Considering the brutal nature of the franchise, restricting it to adults only makes complete sense. In-game purchases are also a part of the game, according to the rating, but that’s a given with a modern online game.
No release date has been set for Resident Evil Re:Verse at the moment. The only thing we know for sure is that it’s coming out in 2022 and won’t see further delays. Players that have already purchased Resident Evil Village will receive the multiplayer game along with it for free. Considering its huge success, many people will play the multiplayer game as well.