Multiplayer action Resident Evil ReVerse has shown signs of life

Multiplayer action Resident Evil Re:Verse has shown signs of life – it looks like the game will be coming to Google Stadia

portal The gamers noted that after a lengthy silence from Capcom, the multiplayer action film Resident Evil Re: Verse was showing signs of life – the game was age-rated in Europe.

    Image source: Capcom

Image source: Capcom

Recall that Resident Evil Re:Verse was originally scheduled to release concurrently with Resident Evil Village, but the premiere was pushed back to 2022. Nothing has been heard from the project since the last broadcast.

As has been announced, Resident Evil Re: Verse was released at the end of last week passed the classification European rating organization Pan European Game Information (PEGI). This usually happens a few months before release.

    Image source: PEGI

Image source: PEGI

It is noteworthy that the age rating of PEGI (“from 18 years”) multiplayer action film received in versions not only for confirmed platforms (PC, PS4 and Xbox One), but also for Google Stadia.

Resident Evil Re:Verse offers to push the characters of the series in a fight to the death. The project was supposed to be part of Resident Evil Village and be free for all owners of the game (at least that’s how it was originally planned).

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