Resident Evil Re:Verse was expected to launch as free multiplayer title for those who purchased Resident Evil Village. While that's still the case, it will no longer be available alongside Village's release on May 7, and instead will be launching sometime later this summer.
According to an email to Resident Evil ambassadors, Capcom has made the decision to push the multiplayer release until later this year. While no specific reason has been mentioned, it's highly likely due to the recent betas which were plagued with a ton of server related issues.
The game is set to pit 4-6 players against each other in semi cel-shaded environments through a variety of deathmatch modes. A whole range of characters are available to play as, including famous baddies such as Nemesis. While there's no new date yet, the extra time should allow the team to refine the experience so it's in full working order when it eventually launches.
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