Resident Evil Re Verse

Resident Evil Re: Verse – Early Access Beta

During the Resident Evil showcase, the creators answered questions about many games that the fans were curious about. They gave information about Resident Evil Village’s DLC and the Resident Evil 4 remake. However, they also managed to show off the Re: Verse launch trailer for Resident Evil Village. 

This game is an online multiplayer add-on that has been delayed for quite some time. Re: Verse is a multiplayer game that can be played by a minimum of two players and a maximum of six. In the game, the players take on roles of characters from the Resident Evil series. They need to rack up points by killing other players in five-minute death matches to win. 

In the game, when you die, you have the option to be respawned as one of the monstrous villains in the series. It also offers an offline practice mode with bots. The game will likely end up having a battle pass system. The developers will also probably add more characters and levels if it becomes popular post-launch. 

Upon its release, you should be able to play with characters such as Ada Wong, Jill Valentine, Leon S. Kennedy, Chris Redfield, and HUNK, who are Umbrella’s most competent operatives. The game will also allow you to collect virus samples across the map and transform into better monsters when you die. 

These monsters include Super Tyrant, Jack Baker, Hunter Gamma, and Nemesis.

The locations on the map include the Raccoon City Police Department and the Baker House upon launch; more are expected to be added soon. The roadmap also hints that the first post-launch update of Re: Verse will add a new map, another survivor, more costumes, a challenge mission, and 30 more levels. 

The Re: Verse will be available for everyone who owns Resident Evil Village and can use it to crossplay across various platforms. The early access duration will begin on October 23 and end on October 25.

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